Media coverage has helped transform the role of fathers along with the growth of Boot Camp for New Dads. As we have witnessed first hand and contributed to this transformation over the past decades, there is a growing recognition that we have something to say.
Boot Camp Is Mediagenic
With all the problems in the world, it is refreshing to read about men helping other men do their best for their new babies and families. And it has happened regularly over the years.
Here are some samples:
Jon of All Trades Podcast - Interview with Denver-area Coach Schuyler Totman
WTSP - News spot about Champions for Children's Boot Camp in Tampa Bay, Florida
Las Vegas Review-Journal - St. Rose Dominican program in Henderson, Nevada
Green Bay Gazette
9NEWS in Denver - TV news segment featuring Castle Rock Adventist program
- National Coverage
- International Coverage
German Parents Magazine
Report on the Boot Camp Workshop Serving Your Community
You may have a great story in your own backyard. The Coach of your local Boot Camp is filling a unique role as a mentor to new fathers in your community, along with the veterans who help him.
We Have Something to Say
Boot Camp has witnessed the response of new dads to the transformation of fatherhood for almost two decades. While many experts and pundits have commented, we offer the unique perspective of an organization of fathers on issues we find important. They include:
- Many fathers-to-be connect with their baby by imagining the adventures they will share as their child grows. Once their child is born, fathers-to-be find the best way to bond is to get out with them on their own.
- While becoming a father is perhaps the ultimate rite of manhood, it is generally treated as a hazing opportunity without the respect it deserves. Treating new fathers as clumsy and ignorant may be fun, but it is counterproductive, especially in light of today’s expectations.
- A father has a major impact on his children, whether good or bad. We spend enormous amounts due to their failures, but instead of helping fathers do their job, our nation simply waits for many to fail. We can do better.
- New moms are the #1 factor in how involved a new dad becomes in caring for his baby. If they knew that, they would help him get prepared for fatherhood. The results are happier babies, involved and fulfilled dads and a better balance in the lives of new moms.
For more information, please contact: Alison Bishop at Alison@bcnd.org, 949-754-9067 x111.
- About Us
- Quick Facts
- Boot Camp Picture Gallery
- Bio of Greg Bishop, Founder
- Suggested questions for media interviewers and radio hosts
To arrange an interview, contact Alison@bcnd.org
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