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Entertainment Tonight goes behind the scenes at the Harvey Legacy Ranch to showcase life-changing Steve Harvey Mentoring Camp

Entertainment Tonight visited the Harvey Legacy Ranch to highlight the Steve Harvey Mentoring Camp for Young Men. Featured were three young men who were past participants and shared their experience of how this program has positively impacted their lives. Check out the ET Exclusive below.
Article Courtesy of, Mekishana Pierre


Father’s Day is a special occasion on Steve and Majorie Harvey’s Legacy Ranch. 

The holiday marks the first day of the Steve Harvey Mentoring Program’s Mentoring Camps, a day of excitement and anticipation all around. The 66-year-old invited ET to visit the ranch as they kick off a new year, explaining how the program came to be and how it’s still going strong 13 years later.

Born through the Steve and Majorie Harvey Foundation, the Steve Harvey Mentoring Program (SHMP) welcomes young men from around the country to discuss and teach the principles of manhood. The program aims to help young men “realize their potential and envision and prepare for a robust and productive future.” SHMP aims to break the “misguided traits of manhood” and introduce role models who provide positive examples for their mentees.

Last year, the program’s mentoring camp made its return after a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Steve tells ET’s Kevin Fraizer that the program aims to teach the attendees “the real principles of manhood and [to] dream big.”