We bring trainers with significant experience working on youth issues to provide a variety of educational workshops for both youth and adults on topics including team building, goal setting, decision making, advocacy, and leadership. Interactive, fun, and thought-provoking – participants will leave with the knowledge and skills they need to be successful agents of change. (Elementary – Adult)
We work with a cross-section of students to create a social norms campaign in their school or community. The social norms campaign will help students understand that not everyone is doing “it” whatever it may be. Our goal with these students is to build problem solving skills, promote school connectedness as well as community involvement and to change favorable attitudes toward substance abuse and negative attitudes toward school and community. (6th – College)
This is a three-day (24 hours) training designed to teach youth about the potential disasters that could affect their area and how to safely and responsibly respond to them. Training Participants (including the adult sponsor) will receive a full 20 hour Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training that includes a CERT certification, develop a community action plan as a team, and acquire the leadership skills needed to address emergency preparedness in their schools and/or communities – all of which will be achieved while having one of the most exciting and interactive trainings!(6th - Adult)
A one-day workshop designed to teach participants how to advocate for change in their local community. Some of the topics include advocacy, environmental change, and media literacy. We help groups address a variety of issues, including alcohol, drugs, bullying and diversity. Create a plan of action for a campus or community improvement project, and discover local resources to make their plan a reality! (Elementary – College)
No one enjoys just sitting there looking at a powerpoint screen. Let us show you how WE do trainings. We will facilitate activity-based learning for adults who work with youth. Each participant will walk away with the skills needed to help them facilitate activities in a classroom/group that encourage interactive learning and create a community environment.