Mankind Project Santa Barbara helps men become the emotionally mature, accountable and compassionate male role models that our communities so desperately need.
In a culture that seems to be comfortable with mediocrity and passivity from men, The ManKind Project encourages men to stop living a vicarious adventure through their TV’s and step into a real-time adventure and win back their passion for life. MKP asks men to confront the real issues, to get 100% honest about who they are.
The ManKind Project offers the New Warrior Training Weekend (NWTA) where men discover and live their personal missions of service in the world. The next NWTA training in the Santa Barbara area is on April 5-7, 2013 in Templeton, CA.
Once men complete the NWTA, they have the option of joining a global network of peer-facilitated mentoring groups where men integrate and live the realizations they had on their initiation weekend.
A new father, Scott McGregor, credits his 3 years of involvement with the ManKind Project as opening the door for him in becoming a husband and father: “I was afraid I would make the mistakes my Dad made. This work has helped me face my fears and connect to my confidence. I’m really grateful.” Another appreciative member, Kevin Childerley, says: “MKP has changed my life. The support I have received has given my life new meaning. I no longer feel alone and that I have to do everything by myself.”
To sign up for the training men should contact Bryan Uhrig, MKPSB Enrollment Coordinator, ManKind Project Santa Barbara. Learn more here
About The ManKind Project Santa Barbara: The ManKind Project of Santa Barbara is a vibrantly active community of over 300 men, extending geographically along the central coast of California from Paso Robles/San Luis Obispo in the north to Camarillo in the south. They host two New Warrior Training Adventures each year – one in the early spring and the other in the fall. The men in the ManKind community meet with one another regularly in a group setting where they continue their work and deepen their understanding of what it means to live a life of purpose, service and freedom.
About The ManKind Project: The ManKind Project offers a globally recognized and respected men’s weekend, the New Warrior Training Adventure, in more than 40 locations around the world. The ManKind Project has built a global network of peer-facilitated mentoring groups that serve over 10,000 men every week, supporting them to thrive in every aspect of their lives. The ManKind Project also helps men discover and live personal missions of service in the world; working with youth, women and children, prisoners, and veterans.