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Youth Program

Youth Program

$850.00

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BEGINNER LEVEL
PHASE ONE: FOUNDATION
THE POWER of Self-Esteem

Learn how to treat others well and set them up for success.
Work on building self-confidence, finding your voice, and exploring ways to express yourself.
Self-Acceptance, Self-Worth, Self-Leadership.
Celebrate each student’s unique assets.

THE POWER of Presentations

Focus on steps to deliver memorable speeches.
Be clear in your message.
Own your story and structure and wow your audience.
Deliver an experience, not a speech.

THE POWER of Communication

Participate in active listening and speaking to be heard.
You are encouraged to self-inspect and look honestly at your interaction style and how you communicate in your daily lives.
Understand different styles of communication.
Identify the verbal and non-verbal behavior of the four primary communication styles

THE POWER of Managing time

Prioritize your Daily, weekly, and monthly tasks.
Determine your productive time.
To identify your time wasters and adopt strategies for reducing them.
Strategies for avoiding procrastination.

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL ONE
PHASE TWO: SELF-AWARENESS
THE POWER of Setting Goals

You will envision the type of leader you want to be and set goals to achieve them
Share your measurable goals with the group and commit to achieving these goals.
To motivate you to stay focused on your goals
To know what you’re aiming for in life

THE POWER of Health and Wellness

To motivate you, our student, to improve and maintain your health, prevent disease, and reduce risky behaviors.
Enable you to make healthy choices throughout your lifetime.
To limit screen time and indulge in physical activity
To promote a good night’s sleep

THE POWER of Money Sense

We will introduce the concepts of money management and ways of being financially fit.
Inform and empower you to become a prudent decision-maker who can set financial targets and reach them.
To help students make better spending, saving and investment decisions.
To make financial plans for short- and long-term financial goals.

THE POWER of Words (Anti-bullying)

To prepare you to recognize and respond to bullying behavior.
To enable you to deal with bullies and keep yourself safe.
Using the WITS (Walk Away, Ignore, Talk it out, Seek help) to avoid being victimized.
To support you in unconditionally loving yourself without bullying yourself.

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL TWO

PHASE THREE: SOCIAL AWARENESS
THE POWER of Building Healthy Relationships

Define integrity & learn negotiation skills to avoid conflicts you may have faced or could face.
Learn how to build healthy relationships with their family members and find ways to develop strong lines of trust and communication within these relationships.
To recognize the warning signs of an unhealthy relationship.
To learn how to come out of an unhealthy or abusive relationship.

THE POWER of Poverty & Social Responsibility

Reflect on the importance of service and their experiences of giving back to their communities.
Provide exercises that help students develop the right attitude toward poverty
To help you understand the root causes and effects of poverty.
Move students to play a more meaningful role in the fight against poverty.

THE POWER of Teamwork

You will take action that respects the needs and contributions of others.
Share the credit; listen patiently to others in a conflict situation.
Help others solve problems and give your best to achieve team goals.
Respect the unique talents, knowledge, and expertise that each person brings to the table.

THE POWER of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

You will appreciate an inclusive attitude towards people with different backgrounds
You will examine how one’s own biases and stereotypes shape behavior toward others
We will provide you with exercises that help you, our student, develop the right attitude toward diversity
To understand the value of diversity

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