THE NEW WARRIOR TRAINING ADVENTURE
Described by thousands of men as the most powerful personal growth opportunity they have ever experienced. Take a risk and get more of what you want from manhood. Ready for an adventure?
MANKIND PROJECT MEN'S GROUPS
Are you ready to end your isolation and have what the most successful men in the world have? Find connection and brotherhood. Get support. Feel more alive. Transform your challenges into fuel for your growth.
What is MKP?
The ManKind Project is men’s community for the 21st Century. MKP is a nonprofit training and education organization with over three decades of proven success hosting life-changing experiential personal development programs for men. MKP supports a global network of free peer-facilitated men’s groups and supports men in leading lives of integrity, authenticity, and service.
Why we exist
We believe that emotionally mature, powerful, compassionate, and purpose-driven men will help heal some of our society’s deepest wounds. We support the powerful brilliance of men and we are willing to look at, and take full responsibility for, the pain we are also capable of creating – and suffering. We care deeply about men, our families, communities, and the planet.
We are building and supporting the emotionally mature, accountable, and compassionate male role models that our communities desperately need.
Years of Service
From a single training in Milwaukee in January 1985 to a brotherhood with trainings in 14 global Regions and men's groups in 26 countries.
In 23 Training Areas across the USA, supported by volunteers who give of their time and energy to support any man looking for community.
Modern Re-Initiation into Manhood, Leadership Training, Peer Facilitation, Intercultural Competency Training, and Online Courses.
Free Confidential Peer Facilitated Support Groups for Men. Men's Groups, Men mentoring men through all the passages of their lives.
Since 1985, the ManKind Project has welcomed men from all walks of life to the adventure of their lives. 48 Hours can change everything.
ManKind Project USA Community News
24th Annual Ron Hering Award – Call for Nominations
The 2022 Ron Hering Awards 24th Annual Event - Hosted by the ManKind Project Switzerland Do you know a man in your community who stands out by living his life in Mission? Hello brothers of the world, The Swiss community is happy and proud to be able to host this...
MKP USA 2022 Annual Report
This year marks the 37th anniversary of the first weekend training that we now call the New Warrior Training Adventure. I want to honor the men who have served as Chairman before me, those who walk at my side and the men who will follow. I also want to extend respect...
Why You Must Sharpen Your Axe To Chop More Wood | RJ Singh | Ep #098
RJ Singh is a corporate and ultra-endurance athlete, family man, and the host of the Ultra Habits Podcast dedicated to pursuing self-mastery. His mission is to lead by example and share the ultra habits needed to achieve ultra-performance in all areas of your life....
How to Succeed *or Fail* in Difficult Cultural Work | Dr. Thomas Griggs | Ep. #097
If you’re part of an organization or business or institution … I’m guessing you’ve experienced some conflict. What happens in organizations when cultural conflicts arise? What is the single most common mistake we make when it happens? What can we do to bring us...
Don’t Do Stupid Sh*t! Create Powerful Space For Transformative Work | Jim Mitchell | Ep. #096
Today’s episode of the ManKind Podcast is a recent keynote conversation from the ManKind Project USA’s I-Group Summit. Jim Mitchell is a coach and facilitator who has been working with leaders and leadership teams for over 2 decades … creating spaces for...
Ritual Fire and Sacred Masculinity; A Kosmos Conversation | Amos Kamil, Chris Henrikson | Ep. #095
Ritual Fire and Sacred Masculinity Featuring Amos Kamil, Boysen Hodgson, Chris Henrikson Originally Published in SPRING 2022 in the Kosmos Journal Boysen Hodgson here. While Brandon is taking some time off for paternity leave with his lovely family, I’m filling in. ...
Men like us …
Make a powerful commitment to our personal development.
Take risks and push our limits to continue evolving.
Are 100% responsible for our choices and emotions.
Go beyond narrow stereotypes of manhood.
Work to better ourselves, our communities and our planet.
Connect, support and challenge other men to be the best men we can be.