The hallmark of the Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) is intensity. lotHome2016aWorking with their mentors and their peers, high school students are encouraged to tackle challenges most other students wouldn’t dare even approach.  LOT students learn how to be leaders— setting goals and high standards for themselves and their peers, and motivating others to follow their lead as they make a difference in their communities.

Since 1992, the National Black MBA Association has provided mentors who coach students on a consistent basis in leadership development, college preparation, academic success, public speaking, social engagement, networking, and goal setting to develop discipline, set and achieve high standards, and implement ways to serve their communities.

  • Over 8,000 minority high school students have been mentored through LOT programs across the country.
  • LOT operates in more than 30 U.S. cities, Canada, and the United Kingdom
  • More than 95% of LOT graduates enroll in college.
  • More than $2 million in scholarships and programming support has been provided by LOT and its partners.

LOT ATLANTA – The Atlanta Chapter was the first of the local chapters and continues to develop the business, communication and life skills of high school students in greater Atlanta for life after high school, college and beyond.

Interested in joining LOT or Renewing your membership?

The National Black MBA Association, Inc.  www.nbmbaa.org and www.atlbmba.org