INTM is a program for boys ages 11-16 was founded by Program Director, Mr. Charleston Day in 2009.
INTM has serviced boys in schools, juvenile detention centers, churches, and community
and sports organizations. (To learn more about Mr. Day see Founders page)
This age group is targeted because during this time of puberty, self-discovery, transitions in middle school and
high school can be a difficult time for a young man. Our program offer workshops designed to impart what we
call the “P.I.A. Factor” (Power, Integrity, Authority) which often has been misinterpreted and stripped away from
so many young men.
Our workshops titles are catchy to enforce the focus of the material. Our program meets every 3rd
Saturday during September-May at 10am-12pm (Lawrence Technical University and other locations).
Throughout the year, participants will engage in various activities, outings, community service projects, and a retreat.
New to the program is our basketball team called "PUT Hooper's". The boys play in a summer & winter basketball
league and the PRIMARY purpose of the sports program is to teach character and team-building skills.
Participants who attend all workshops are invited to attend the Annual Celebration Dinner for recognition.
Parents or an Adult Representative are required to attend 4 (1hr) parent meetings throughout the year, in order
for the child to participate and remain in the program, failure to do so will cause the child to be removed from the program.
All workshops deal with 8 core topics with in-depth learning to assure principles are learned:
- The Sell, The Cell, & The High