The Two-Six Project explores leadership and character development through a variety of interactive activities, clinics, programming, and scholarships. We will place particular emphasis on social impact, creativity, and culture. Our programming is our way of authentically engaging our community. Programming will be powered by committed volunteers who help deliver our programs and services.
Two-Six Project Sports Initiative
The Two-Six Project Sports Initiative offers free instructional lessons and clinics to student-athletes in the Fayetteville area. Former college and professional athletes from the Fayetteville give the instruction. Each sport (football, basketball, baseball, etc) has a specific program manager to spearhead their particular initiative. Our work is powered through the Identity, Art, and Democracy’s Sport and Social Impact Initiative.
Cameron A. May Scholarship Award
The Two-Six Project Scholarship Fund will provide financial assistance to students who participate in our initiatives and pursue post-secondary education.
Emerging Leaders Development Program (ELP)
ELP enhances the leadership skills of marginalized high school students through a virtual experience. Through interactive activities and discussions, ELP intends to construct leaders through impact and culture. The students will complete projects year-round utilizing Morehouse College Identity, Art, and Democracy curriculum for social impact. Leadership, Social Justice, Financial Literacy, and Social Impact will be points of emphasis in the ELP curriculum.