Help your son reach his full potential … even if that means admitting to yourself that you need help!
Course Enrollments close on May 1st 2020
There’s few words in the english dictionary that hurt more than being called the n word. How does it feel knowing that there are people out there in the world who will see your son as nothing more than that word?
From the music that’s bumping in his ears, to the way his friends talk to him.. that n word has a major role in defining what the world thinks he is during his childhood years.
From the moment your son was born, he had a target on his back. It’s only going to get worse as he gets older and the world becomes colder to boys that look like him.
For years, you’ve been trying to protect him. You always wonder if you’re making the right decisions as you work your butt off to provide a roof over his head, and food in his belly.
You hope that he understands why you work so hard but sadly he does not. You’ve worked countless hours trying to provide a better living for you son, only for him to wonder where you’ve been during key moments of his childhood. If you’re not around, where do you think he will go to get the answers to all his questions he has about life?
His immature friends? Reality TV? Google?
Do you really think they will give your son the right advice?
All those hours of working late so you could provide for a decent living for your family. What will all that mean if in a few years from now, your son is out in these streets just having a good time with his boys and a baby mama on the side?
Without the proper guidance, society tells him that is how a real black man keeps it 100%! Hanging out, barely working and having sex with as many women as possible, that’s what it takes to be a black man in America.
Is that the kind of son YOU are raising?
People will always settle for what’s easy. If your son is hanging out with the wrong crowd, it’s only a matter of time before he wants to be “normal” and mimic whatever behavior they may be doing. That’s one of the biggest reasons black men underachieve in life is due to peer pressure.
Think of all those meals you provided for him…Think about all those cold dreadful days of going to work, tired and exhausted… Did you make all those sacrifices only to see your son settle for being that n word?
It’s hard to see it when you look in your own son’s eyes, but pay attention to how the rest of the world looks at your son. Think about the local police patrolling your neighborhood, the Indian cashier at the gas station, the older white woman clutching her purse as your son walks by her on the sidewalk.
What do you think they see when they look at you son?
Every year teachers have new students and are forced to make quick judgements based on years of experience. If your son looks and behaves a certain way, they will immediately put him in a box with the rest of the black troublemakers.
Teacher’s don’t work in isolation. They talk to each other. They will start treating your son a certain way due to their natural prejudices. You’ll be lucky to find one teacher that actually will talk to your son instead of just grouping him with all the other bad disrupting black boys.
How is your son suppose to achieve greatness if the adults at his school are already minimizing their expectations of him?
Once your son is labelled and limited at that school, it’s only a matter of time before he gives in to those misguided limitations and doesn’t see anything else besides what others are telling him he is.
Those grades quickly turn into C’s and D’s which eventually will have him bringing home straight F’s without even caring about it.
That begins the mindset of him settling on becoming just another n***er in all aspects of his life…
Just another stereotypical underachieving black man who will pass on that legacy to his children. Is that what you really want for your son and grandchildren?
Wouldn’t it be awesome if your son had an emotional outlet where he could voice his thoughts and concerns around other positive black boys who wanted to be more than just that n word?
Isn’t it time for you to have a extraordinary black man help guide your son towards walking the correct path of becoming a great black man?
MicVinny's Young, Black & Gifted Mentorship program is an 12 week online mentoring program taught by a strong respectable black man that will teach 10 - 18 year old black boys the secret skills and habits needed to graduate grade school with straight A’s and develop a career that will create an above average life!
Special offer! Enroll now and provide weekly feedback to get up to 80% off!
You will have 3 different mentoring options to choose from: Basic, Silver or Gold.
Each option grants your child access to the 12 week Young Black and Gifted Program. The program includes a private group membership where your son will have life changing lessons and weekly group coaching calls with other young black boys enrolled in the program.
In addition to the group, students will be able to have private one-on-one video/phones sessions with the mentor.
Half Sessions are 25 mins long and Full Sessions are 55 mins long.
The Basic price only includes access to the group. Parents would need to pay additional full price one-on-one session rates if they wanted private video/phone sessions with the mentor.
In the Silver and Gold packages, parents have private one-on-one video/phone sessions already included in their programs at a discounted price. If parents wanted additional one-on-one sessions, they would have access to a discounted price rates.
While enrolled in the Young Black and Gifted program, parents and students are expected to provide weekly feedback and/or testimonials to assist with improving the course. Due to this special request, the Young Black and Gifted Program is severely discounted!
Your son will learn how to never settle for anything less than being an above average black man at school and in life!
Your son will discover the power of having a trustworthy man that looks like him LISTEN to his frustrations, worries and dreams without being judged!
Chance to build long-lasting friendships with influential positive minded young black males and a mentor who has his back for life!
Your son will understand how to save money, budget, afford college and NEVER live paycheck to paycheck!
Having a male grandchild with an absentee father I get to see firsthand the gap in his emotional development and the struggle for a really apt young man to reach his goals. With children barred from school at this time mentorship is more important than ever.
As a single mother of a young black male, I expect this course to provide the outlet and support system that my son needs to successfully thrive through adversity.
Helps young black boys develop strategies for dealing with both personal and academic issues. Definitely provides practical advice, encouragement and support.
Especially in these times, it is important for young black men to be able to have an open dialogue. This program will help them do just that.
Examples of a few lessons
This may shock some folks, but most kids don’t trust adults right away. The goal of this module is for the mentor and your son to introduce themselves to each other. This module begins the trusting process setting up the necessary groundwork for the weeks ahead.
This module teaches the value of confronting the issues of your past. Too many people allow the past to have a chokehold on their futures. By discovering what’s been holding us back, we can acknowledge it and move past it.
This module helps your son understand that he ultimately controls who he wants to be. Nobody else! Lessons to build his confidence and self-worth starts right here.
Now that trust has been developed, it’s time to begin setting your son up to excel in life! This module is the simple easy steps your son can do to become a straight A student. Imagine all the money-saving scholarship opportunities that you will now be able to apply for due to your son’s great grades! The advice given in this one module alone is worth the price of the entire mentorship program!
Everyone that enrolls in the program is expected to provide feedback. We know our program is not perfect yet, so your feedback is needed!
If there’s a concern/topic that your son really needs help with, you (and/or your son ) can inform the instructor who will create a lesson for it.
How many programs do you know do that!
Too many young black men have no idea how to properly treat women.
Every black boy that goes through this mentorship will learn the importance of respecting women of all ages.
Young men enrolled in this program will be breaking the endless cycle of thinking it’s cool to only be a “baby daddy.”
The one on one sessions are not just exclusively for students.
Parents are encouraged to have meetings with the mentor as well.
We understand that you may not have all the answers. This program encourages parents to reach out whenever they need advice on helping their son fulfill his maximal potential.
Michael V. Moore was always called the shy, quiet smart kid” growing up.
Being the youngest of three, Michael kept to himself while growing up. At school, Michael was always voted the most quiet. One of the reasons Michael was so quiet, was that he was use to being ignored. Michael was typically the only black male in all his advance classes and had trouble identifying with his classmates. Michael best childhood friend ended up being the TV down in the basement.
At home, Michael’s mom typically worked at least 6 days a week so he rarely saw her. As a single black mom with a low paying job and 2.5+ hour daily commute, she did what she had to do to make a living for her 3 children.
What Debra didn’t realize at the time, was that while she was working hard to provide a living for her family, Michael missed out on lots of missed opportunities that other kids were exposed too.
Those opportunities became obvious when Michael started applying for college and his mother saw the amount of scholarships and aids Michael could not qualify for. Michael had the brains, but he never had anyone show him the importance of having a consistent work ethic towards his grades and life.
Sure Michael was smart, but he learned how to settle for B’s and a couple of C+’s. Could he have gotten straight A’s? Absolutely, but when nobody showed him any constant attention, he had no desire to even bother.
(Does that sound familiar?)
Michael felt like a total outcast. All of his classmates constantly saw role models that looked like them at home, on tv and at school. The closest person Michael could see himself becoming was Dwayne Wayne from the tv show “A Different World”.
Michael graduated from high school and went to college at Temple University. At Temple, Michael encountered five life changing rough years of college (So interesting that Michael’s next books will be based on those five crazy years!).
During Michael’s 4th year of college, he mentored and taught inner city youth. Michael’s primary role was as a teacher assistant but he was directly responsible for a group of six high school freshmen.
Two black boys stood out, Marcus and Brian. Marcus was considered the class disruptor. He was always getting yelled at by the teacher because he terrorized other students! Brian was the opposite. Brian was extremely quiet and reminded Michael of himself.
On Michael’s first day of teaching them, Michael noticed that Marcus was extremely smart. The reason Marcus was so bad in class was because he got bored easily after he would finish his math assignments. It was interesting how Marcus could go from “the bad kid” to super smart while talking directly to Michael. It was obvious that Marcus was truly a good kid that just needed the right kind of attention and guidance.
Brian struggled with mathematics and used his shyness to try and hide from being called on in class. Michael ended up having Marcus pair up with Brian. It took less than two days to see the impact on both of them as Brian’s grades improved and Marcus disruptions dwindled.
As Michael watched, he told himself that someday he would help black boys like Marcus and Brian succeed inside and outside of the classroom.
Well, after using his electrical engineering degree to travel the world, work alongside millionaires, author 3 Amazon best-selling books, and achieving a six figure annual income …. that time to help black boys become successful black men is NOW!
Michael believes that if his mom had somebody like him guiding her sons while she was working, both of them would have grown up to be super success stories! Heck, Michael’s pretty sure he would have been 100x as successful as he is now!
Instead of waiting for someone else to step up to the plate, Michael is ready to offer the gift of mentoring to mothers, fathers and sons all across the world!
As Michael likes to say "Never settle for being below average…. Always strive to for greatness!"
Michael Moore is an individual with a vision, mission and goal. He has faced many challenges throughout his life and has been able to conquer each obstacle. Michael understands the importance of having a strong support system and has a passion to create that environment.
Michael has a positive attitude and relatable story. I think his ability to connect with the young men that he will mentor will prove beneficial.
Michael is passionate about this cause and motivated to help young black boys achieve.
I met Michael online and took one of his travel fitness courses. The course was on target and I met the goals I wanted to achieve thanks to his superb guidance and easy to follow instructions.
Michael (aka MicVinny) has a sincere passion to help his students accomplish their goals but more specifically to be more and do more! His course instruction is on target and you would not go wrong entrusting him to guide you to your goals.
Teachers are overused and under paid. Too many parents treat teachers as glorified babysitters. Due to the current states of public school systems, it’s rare for your son to get the attention he needs to thrive.
Sure you can send your son to a private school, but how many of the teachers actually know how it feels to be black man in america?
That’s where this mentorship comes into play. This mentorship is not just about getting good grades, this course is about setting your son on the correct path for LIFE!
We’re a big believer in you get what you pay for. When we first thought about creating this online mentorship program we studied several top private mentorship programs.
We’ve seen them charge up to $5,000/month for their services. That price takes into consideration all the hours of research,one on one sessions as well as the time it took for those mentors to develop the course material for their programs.
Knowing what we will be providing for you in this course, $5,000 does seem reasonable.
If someone could help you and your son start that journey, wouldn’t it be worth a measly $5,000?
Having a son that applies himself and qualifies for scholarships that saves you $50,000 - $300,000+ over 4 years of college…. wouldn’t that be worth $5,000?
Seeing your son grow up with no baby mama drama, respecting women of all ages, getting happily married, buying his own house and giving back to his community… wouldn’t that vision be worth $5,000?
Michael is a generous man on a mission so he’s not going to charge you the full $5,000/month. We decided that we would offer the program for at least $399/month.
BUT…..Due to you finding out about our upcoming registration, We're going to reduce the prices even further for a limited time. Check out the next section for the special prices we’re offering today.
Pay as you go with our most economical monthly rate
Our most recommended option with sessions already included
Three months of premium mentoring at a severely discounted monthly rate
Course Enrollments ends on May 1 2020
We’re so confident that your son is going to improve his life with our monthly programs that we’re going to give you our 30 Day Guarantee.
Everyone that enrolls in the Gold or Silver package has to pay a inexpensive enrollment fee. You then will have 30 full days to try out your monthly program.
Your 30 day clock doesn’t start ticking until AFTER Day 1 of your program’s start date.
If you and your son don’t love the program within 30 days, you can ask for a refund, and you will not have to pay the first month’s fee plus you get a refund of your enrollment fee…no questions asked!
I hope to have this course show my son black men in a positive light.
Studies show that successful mentoring programs helps students develop social skills, improve their school achievement and graduation rates. Also to become more empowered to make decisions.
My son and young men like him need to see something different and understand the necessity of thinking and pushing themselves outside the box. This type of course will help them disprove stereotypes and bias. It will show them the tools necessary for success and understand that it is a attainable.
The Silver package gives you access to 3 discounted one on one sessions (half sessions) while allowing your son to have access to a private group where he can participate in weekly lessons/meetings and chat with other young boys in the program.
The Gold package also gives your son access to the private group and weekly lessons/meetings. The Gold package price covers 7 half sessions and 1 full session that increases your son’s chance of being successful during the mentorship.
Parents always have the option of adding more discounted sessions and utilizing any of the sessions as a parent/mentor session.
Twelve weeks. We've discovered that around the 7-10 week mark, boys are extremely more comfortable with trusting the mentorship process and are more likely to open up and start excelling the progress.
A one on one initial conversation between the parent and mentor where the mentor works with the parent on understanding the son’s background and parent’s expectations. Together, the mentor and parent come up with a strategy that will lead their son towards having success in the program.
A one on one initial conversation between the child and mentor. This meeting is a way to break the ice and allow the child to ask questions and voice what they hope to get out of the mentorship.
Your son will need access to a computer or smart phone that allows access to Facebook, web browsing and video chats (Google Hangouts, Zoom, Facebook).
Michael will teach your son how to be a successful respectable black man at school and in life. Your son will learn what it’s like to have somebody that looks like him teach him the habits and skills needed to thrive. Every week there will be some sort of lesson/theme for that week. Your son will be expected to complete the lessons. Additionally, there will be weekly group meetings where your son and other students will be able to participate in a live group chat with Michael. Parents will have the option of scheduling as many one on one sessions as they desire for their child throughout the program.
No! Your son can complete the lessons and attend the weekly meetings from home.
We accept all major credit cards and Paypal. Click on the Enroll link for the package you wish to sign up for.
It’s the same as public school vs. private school. You get what you pay for. It’s been proven that the more attention a young man is showed, the greater his chances of success. Here’s some simple stats to backup the importance of mentoring.
Children who have a mentor were:
-55% more likely to enroll in college
⁃52% less likely to skip school
⁃37% less likely to skip class
⁃78% more likely to volunteer regularly
⁃90% interested in become a mentor themselves
⁃130% more likely to hold leadership positions
-46% less likely to use drugs
⁃27% less likely to drink
⁃81% more likely to participate in extracurricular activities
Most boys misbehave as a way to seek attention. The mentorship program grooms the boys into becoming responsible respectable young black men. Your son will be given opportunities to grow and mature during the program. That’s why most one on one sessions are done via video, so that your son has to look at a grown man in his eyes (and not look at the ground!)
You’ll be amazed at how something that seems so simple will have an impact on your son’s behavior. Throughout the mentorship, if your son continues to misbehave, he will be warned up to three times. After having a private intervention between the parent and Michael, if your son still chooses to be disruptive and does not do what is asked during the mentorship, he will be removed from the program.
As great of a job that many single mothers do in raising black men, mothers will never fully understand what it’s like to walk in their son’s shoes thus the importance of a black male figure in a young black boy’s life. There are some conversations that boys are too embarrassed and uncomfortable to say in front of women.
Parents and sons will be required to provide a weekly written and/or video testimonial about the mentorship. Failure to provide at least two testimonials before the end of the first month, will result in that parent being charged the full basic price for every session that occurred during that first month and for the reminder of their time in the course.
Michael will communicate with your children via email and video sessions using Google Hangouts, Zoom and/or Facebook. If unable to complete a video session, Michael will have one on one meetings via phone call.
Upon signing up, MicVinny will provide you with a website link where you can view Michael’s calendar and schedule half and/or full one-on-one sessions.
This mentorship is designed to give your son as much attention as possible from a successful black man with a STEM background. Big Brother Big Sister is an excellent mentorship program that provides mentorship by people of all backgrounds. MicVinny’s online mentorship is tailored specifically towards helping young black men succeed. This mentorship takes place virtually with no need to worry about interrupting your schedule or transporting you son somewhere to meet up with the mentor.
Michael will teach them the straight A strategy that has worked for thousands of kids all around the world. Your son will learn how to apply Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) to the real world (ex: creating a budget, job applications, paying bills, etc).
Young black men need black male role models so they can truly see there is no limit to what they can accomplish!
We all have the power of imagination to create the type of world we wish to have. For black boys, using that imagination can be hard if you have never interacted with a positive married black male figure during your daily life. You can only learn so much about movie stars, athletes and actors from a distance.
This online mentorship gives your son access to an actual successful black male figure that will work hard to help teach your son how to survive being black in America.
10 - 18 year old black boys
Pay as you go with our most economical monthly rate
Our most recommended option with sessions already included
Three months of premium mentoring at a severely discounted monthly rate
Have you every wondered what’s the difference between the black CEO you see on a Fortune 500 magazine vs. the 28 year old black man with 4 kids you seen mopping the same floors at McDonalds for five years?
It's mentoring programs like this!
Don't let this discounted opportunity pass you and your son by!
Talk to you soon!