My experience with IAC has been a very rewarding experience. My sons became involved with the mentoring program five years ago. One of the main reasons I feel connected to IAC is because my personal beliefs and goals I have for my children align with the organization's mission and core objectives. In addition, I appreciate the fact that my sons are able to participate in the First Lego League robotics program annually. This is not offered at their school, so they are able to receive exposure to this field of STEM through IAC. I appreciate Coach Brown's dedication to helping build character in the hearts of our young boys. I believe their lives are being impacted in a positive way as a result of being a part of IAC.
- Lynn Mallory
For the past few years I have been taking my girls to I am Character robotics classes. The insight and knowledge they have gotten is amazing. The leadership skills of the mentors and instructors really influenced their growth. Thanks for it all....
- Vitos St. Rose
"Coach Brown is sincerely amazing. Just after one year of Coach Brown working with and encouraging my son, I noticed a visible difference. IACYF is one of the best youth programs in Henry County. The kids stay active and engaged year round in an abundance of activities and field trips. This is a top notch program."
- Debra Scott
"I was introduced to Coach Brown when my son started playing football. He was very stern, just, enthused about coaching the kids, and worked tirelessly in assisting the players on and off the field. When my son began going to the mentoring program at IACYF, he didn’t like going; however, over time and with the guidance of Coach Brown his decision making began changing. Coach Brown’s dedication not only to the youth but to the community has been awesome. He allows the mentees to see life outside of their environment and through the “real” world lens. The field trips and motivational speakers allow the mentees to understand the cause and effect of their decision making by being conscious of actions simultaneously equipping them with the essential coping skills for everyday life."
- Brandolyn Watson