An on-school site program providing youth leadership development, behavioral mentoring, intervention and prevention, through Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and Character-Building methods to provide better academic outcomes to challenging at risk youth in a continuation and/or Charter school setting.
Positive friendships and relationship building, cultural enrichment field trips, special projects, career planning, job skills, college preparation, and life skills.
Being worthy, learning to acknowledge, celebrate and honor uniqueness, positive inner qualities, forgiveness, understanding and affirming values.
An on-school site program, in school and/or after school, working with challenging student behaviors through Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and Character-Building methods to inspire and improve academic success in elementary (K-5th grade) students.
Reach For the Stars
This award-winning program is held once a year (September - December) on a public Elementary School campus. It promotes dreaming, creativity, and unique artwork drawn by K-5th grade students participating in the publishing of a calendar designed to give back to the community. The entire school participates and there are 12 calendar winners and 10 honorary mentions. A school assembly is held where numerous prizes are awarded and given to all students.
Celebrity Motivational Visit
This service is largely designed to strictly inspire, motivate and empower the ability to set goals, overcome challenges and obstacles and most importantly to BELIEVE in the power of having a dream. Special invites from celebrities to inform and uplift sharing their personal stories of success and/or accomplishment.
Photo (Peter A. Ramsey, Academy Award, Golden Globe, and
Critics' Choice, American Illustrator, Film director, and Film producer).
This service is provided to "aged out" and "emancipated transitional foster youth". Providing life skills, and financial/material support as they set out to live life on their own. Former foster youth must be in school, vocational school, college and/or working.
Scholarships (to assist with books) are given from time to time to foster youth who are graduating high school seniors accepted into college for higher learning.