Frank Carr grew up as a white man of privilege, but he recognized the inequities rooted in race that existed all around him. He heard Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speak in 1963 about his dream of equal treatment, of equal opportunity for all people. A few years later, he took a night job in order to make his own version of this dream a reality. Frank Carr dreamed that, by teaching minority students how to survive in the predominantly white corporate world, through leadership, professional and personal development training, counseling and community service, they would have the tools to not only achieve personal and professional success, but also to give back to their community and to other youngsters. Nearly 5,000 graduates are living this dream, making a difference every day.