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Mentoring and Partnership for Youth Development (MPYD) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization who provides support to underprivileged youth by providing mentoring, academic support, social skills development, and career development through our various programs.

MPYD serves at-risk 14-18 year old male youths at John Muir High School. Approximately 90% of the members are Latino or African-American. A majority of the youths are in single parent households or are a part of the foster care system. The youth typically come from low-income and matriarchal households making them eligible for welfare and other government funding. These socioeconomic problems are accompanied by poor academics, high dropout rates, gang involvement and juvenile delinquency.

We believe all men can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.

Our Mission

Our Mission

To provide support and mentorship to young males at John Muir High School through their academic achievements, social skills development, family relations enhancement, and future educational and employment resource referrals.


Our Impact

  • Mentored over 2000 students at JMHS.

  • 96% high school graduation rate.

  • 80% of graduating seniors attend college, trade school, or the military.

  • Placed over 750 alumni at four-year universities.

  • Provided job training and placement to over 1200 students and alumni.

  • More than $2 million dollars raised by charitable partners.

We Need Your Support Today!

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