Character development and leadership
By NG3 staff

Hutson Mason stands in front of the entire UGA football team and is charged with a seemingly remedial task of leading his teammates with jumping jacks.  That may seem like a non-issue, but it very well may have been one of the most high pressure situations Mason faced all year. 



The coaching staff brought in a team of Navy Seals to teach the team about discipline, teamwork, and servant leadership, and Mason found himself in the crosshairs of the Seals’ attention.  

This new, student-led initiative on Grayson’s campus has empowered more than 20 student athletes to step up and lead their peers in discussing topics that will build men and women of strong character for tomorrow.  Possibly the most inspiring piece about this program, Mattox feels as if, “most of the student leaders have been waiting for someone to give them permission and an opportunity to lead.”

Across our high school campuses, student athletes are hearing and witnessing the importance of character and are given the opportunity to strengthen their faith through the presence of NG3.  Young men and women are given chances to stand up and lead and make a positive difference in the lives of their peers.  If you think more needs to be done to ensure our high schoolers are prepared to face the challenges of life and do so while making courageous choices, you are not alone.  NG3 is dedicated to being the consistent voice of truth in our high schools and would love for you to join the cause, because character does change communities.

Interested in finding out more about what NG3 is doing to make a difference in the Next Generation or how you can help? Go to NG3 is a non-profit 501(c)3 independently funded by donors like you!!

P.O. Box 1429
Snellville, GA 30078

Berkmar HS
Javier Muñoz - Character Coach, Community Coach

Brookwood HS
Matt Williams - NG3 Director  Chaplain, Community Coach

Grayson HS
Dustin Mattox - Chaplain, Community Coach

South Gwinnett HS
Michael Woelfl - Chaplain

Director of Operations
Jon Stinchcomb

NG3 stands for Next Generation: Character  Community  Change.  Their goal is to develop men and women of character to create a positive change in our communities.  NG3 works directly with student athletes in high schools, teaching and practicing the importance of strong core values like responsibility, humility, integrity and honesty. The staff of NG3 works along side the coaches employed by the school, providing a constant presence of reliability and service.