The Beautillion Militaire is a 16-week rite of passage program for males in grades 11-12 in Central Indiana public and private schools. The program began in 1986 and since 1987 it has been a joint venture between the 100 Black Men of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis chapter of Jack and Jill of America. The purpose of this program is to increase academic achievement, personal development, civic engagement, ethnic pride, and leadership skills by surrounding the Beaus with positive role models and mentors. At the culmination of the program, the Beaus participate in a formal black tie event where they receive scholarships based upon their GPA and points earned during their participation in the program.
If you are a male Junior or Senior high school student interested in participating in this program, please email us your contact information.
Applications for our 29th Annual Beautillion Militaire Class are now available. Click HERE to download your application packet.