Teaching Young Men Excellence Foundation (T.Y.M.E.)
Boys To Men 14th Annual Banquet
The 14th Annual Boys To Men Banquet will be held on June 10th , 2018 at the Pickwick Gardens in Burbank CA from 6pm to 9pm. Please join us in celebrating our young men and their accomplishments throughout the 2017-2018 School Year. There will be food and Live entertainment, with Master of Ceremonies (MC) John Hensley the Fly-Poet and Keynote Speaker Pastor Timothy Alden. Click on "purchase tickets" to get tickets now.
The T.Y.M.E. Foundation is an organization based on the principle of teaching young men excellence. “Boys to Men” is the T.Y.M.E Foundations’ youth outreach program centered at LAUSD’s John Muir Middle School that serves the metro Los Angeles area. The enrichment program was founded on three principles: scholastic achievement through tutoring; character building through extra-curricular activities and events; and personal development through counseling, leadership seminars, and community service. Our goal is to assist inner city male youths in developing good judgment, self-esteem, integrity, and self-sufficiency as they matriculate from boys to young men.
We are making a difference!
Since 2003, the “Boys to Men” enrichment program:
- Has aided over 5000 inner-city male youths from the African-American and Latino communities.
- Received Certificate of Recognition by the Los Angeles City Council for their community involvement
- Was part of a major fundraising drive to raise money for The American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina Fund
- Joined with The Faith in Christ Ministries to feed the Homeless during Thanksgiving 2005
- Acknowledged and visited by Los Angeles City Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa now a candidate Governor
- Received Certificate of Appreciation by UTLA for their volunteer service at the African American Education Committee Conference
We develop positive young male leaders to prevent the rise in gang affiliation, juvenile crime, and high dropout rates. Through our Boys to Men Enrichment Program, we offer tutoring, extracurricular activities, and counseling. After attending the program these boys will value education, be more confident, and have a positive perspective for the future.
Program Director Randy Becton gives a lesson on the importance to looking the part, as Middle School Student Daymond Grey ties his tie. Mr. Becton uses his life experiences to paint a realistic point of view of life for Latino and African American males in today's society. Mr. Becton is one of the senior Program Staff members and is a great instructor and role model. Having first-hand experience with being a single parent. We salute you Mr. Becton and hope to see and hear you continue to drop those barz of truth.