High Performance Development for Urban Young Men 

Currently, African American males ages 16-64 have the lowest participation rate in the labor force (80%) compared to all other males and only 35% of Black men who finish high school pursue higher education. Kordero Hunter Man’s Valuable Purpose (M.V.P.) Foundation is a 501c3 established to improve performance of urban young men in education, employment and economics to ensure a better life for the benefit of their families, communities and society!

Birthed out of the creative spirit of Founder (Kim Hunter), M.V.P. Training is a 90-Day HIGH PERFORMANCE DEVELOPMENT program for urban middle and high school age young men. M.V.P. Training equips urban young men with the skills, behaviors and supports such as ( i.e. positive connections, meaningful experiences and access to resources) to become employable, contributing members of society.

Founded upon the biblical principal, “train up a child in the way they should go …”,  M.V.P. Training ensures young men in urban communities have the “essentials” to succeed in life!

M.V.P. Training includes:




Young men who meet the required performance criteria qualify for scholarships. M.V.P. Training consistently results in GRADUATION, HIGHER-ED MATRICULATION, and EMPLOYMENT for urban young men!

 Training Up Champions for Life!