“The Mankind Project Intermountain Area is a committed, diverse and vital community empowering men and women to live in integrity, authenticity, and service. We create a world of love, healing, and growing consciousness.”
As an organization, we empower men in order to change society. We support individuals in service and mission, and strive to live to our fullest full potential. We work together and with others to co-create healthy solutions to the problems we face. We foster Loving Families, Strong Communities, and Productive Workplaces in a sustainable environment.
There are more than 1,000 New Warriors in the Intermountain Community. New Warriors are men that have been initiated by attending a weekend-long New Warrior Adventure Training. Our regional “NWTA’s” are held in one of the four states of the Mankind Project’s Intermountain Area (Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming). Other trainings are held in sites throughout the United States and across the world.
Our intention is twofold: To enable men to live lives of integrity, accountability, and connection to feeling, and to be of service to the community at large, both as individual men with a renewed sense of passion and personal responsibility; and, as communities of men working together to build sustainable relationships.
Men who have completed the New Warrior Training Adventure, or state their intention to do so within a specific time period, are eligible to join an Integration-Group (I-Group). I-Groups vary in their admission policies but generally invite men who are currently known to members or have completed training. These groups generally meet once a week in the evening, and are a continuation of the process of doing personal work around life issues raised during the weekend, and that arise in one’s own personal life journey. At this time, there are over a dozen different I-Groups meeting weekly throughout the Intermountain Area, offering men the opportunity to stay connected within our Area. Virtual I-Groups also exist for men from remote areas, or for men who may be traveling for extended periods, or stationed overseas.