An opportunity for offenders, college students, and/or local schools to repay the community through unpaid work. This includes but is not limited to participating in field experiences by providing and performing services to the Children/Trauma Hospitals, nursing homes for cancer patients and cancer survivors, and Alzheimer’s patients.
Assists youth and their families with making wise financial decisions to promote financial well-being over their lifetime. Learn to better understand the value of money and how to live comfortably from a financial perspective.
Caters to at-risk youth and young adults with an effort to further reduce teenage pregnancy, domestic violence, homelessness, incarceration, and/or any grief due to a loss. This includes strategies and services that pertain to youth behaviors and the internal thoughts that can inhibit academic and personal success.
Helps K-12 schools build up their student’s sense of competence, self-determination, and connections with others. This is done by supporting the efforts of improving at-risk students’ high truancy rate, lack of interest in academics, alcohol and drug awareness, and their family’s disconnect from the school environment.
Offers part-time wage reimbursement to businesses that hire and train a youth 16 or older, for 15-25 hours per week. Job shadowing and training will expose participants to professional workplace etiquette, attire, and best practices.
A six-month program focusing on faith, self-confidence, trust, respect, integrity, and relationships to empower participants with important life skills. The youth and their mentors will portray soft skills and participate in a structured program of support that includes 1:1 mentoring, monthly team-building, and group activities.