Educational Services/Computer Technology:Our programs offer the following education services: academic tutoring, homework assistance, life skills development, parenting responsibilities, family reunification, financial literacy, health promotion, and violence prevention. Educational enrichment activities offered are sports, leadership development, recreational activities; skill building in visual or performing arts.
Computers and Communications have become essential to our world and our lives. As Our programs educates the next generation of our country's workforce, it needs to add a stronger focus on the use of computer technology. We need to increase the use and teaching of computer technology in our youth program. The goal of Our programs Technology and Public relations (Communications) Leadership Team is to increase the use of computer technology including videography, graphic design, photography, writing, web development, web program delivery, wireless technology, science, engineering, and computer programming.
Our qualified education coaches will help you or your child navigate through reading, math and science
“I’m Home”: Our program teaches basic home economics. While it is a comprehensive program alone, compliments the Transitioning program. Student will learn meal preparation, Ironing, and sewing. Our student learn how to clean their home from bedroom, bathroom, kitchen all rooms of a home. Gardening and basic maintenance i.e. how to unstop a toilet or replace a light bulb, fix a squeaky door to replace the door knob. Home management, balancing a budget, living within living within their means, financial planning. Their money, i.e. opening a bank account, Insurance, life, and auto our program teaches pride and responsibility in themselves and their home and community
Etiquette (Keep it Real, Manners for a New Millennium) & Thank you, please! This interactive program focuses youth ages 5-12 and 12 and up on up-to-date social and communications skills which build self-esteem, self-respect, and respect for others. These fun and informative workshops include role-playing exercises designed to teach students the benefits of respectful behavior, the practice of social graces and knowledge of correct etiquette for today millennium.
Code of Conduct for Special Occasions
Communications& Telephone Etiquette
Continental Dining & Restaurant Manners
Conversation and Listening Skills
Developing Confidence in Making New Acquaintances
Employment and Youth (teens)
Handshaking with All Ages
Respecting Elders & Persons of Authority
School & Job Interview Protocol
School/Playground/Team Sport Etiquette
Self-esteem and Confidence Building
Social and Communication Skills
Social Graces for the New Millennium
The Etiquette of Public Places
Leadership/Service Learning: Our programs utilize an ethical program designed for the purpose of bringing together into a public setting a common ethical language. It touches children, the home, the community, and city at large. It creates a moral awareness in the development of character, producing a community sensitive to transcendent values. Students use what they learn in the classroom to solve real-life problems. They not only learn the practical applications of their studies, they become actively contributing citizens and community members through the service they perform. Students will also learn citizenship/civic awareness, Community Service, Conflict Resolution, Project Planning, Communication, Meeting Skills, Goal Setting, Team building, Respect for self and others. A comprehensive, dynamic, and developmentally appropriate substance abuse and violence prevention program designed for elementary, middle, and high school students. This highly effective curriculum has been proven to help increase self-esteem, develop healthy attitudes, and improve their knowledge of essential life skills – all of which promote healthy and positive personal development.
Program Learning Objectives:
Personal Self-Management Skills: Students develop skills that enhance self-esteem, develop problem-solving skills, help them reduce stress and anxiety, and manage anger.
General Social Skills: Students gain skills to meet personal challenges such as overcoming shyness, communicating clearly, building relationships, and avoiding violence.
Drug Resistance Skills: Students build effective defenses against pressures to use tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.
Our Service-learning can be applied in a wide variety of settings, including schools, universities, and community-based and faith-based organizations. It can involve a group of students, a classroom or an entire school. Students build character and become active participants as they work with others in their school and community to create service projects in areas such as education, public safety, and the environment. Community members, students, and educators everywhere are discovering that service-learning offers all its participants a chance to take part in the active education of youth while simultaneously addressing the concerns, needs, and hopes of communities.
This ethical ideal is based on qualities, highly regarded in all communities of the world, from the past to the present, and is the foundation upon which a credible democracy is based.
Grandma's Hands (aging sensitivity): Aging Awareness program teaches youth how to respectfully communicate with seniors and the aging. To appreciate the older community and recognize their major contributions to the world in which we all live. The curriculum addresses the myths and stereotyping about aging and how the aging process physically affects older adults’ daily living. Recognizing and reporting elder abuse in the community. Visiting and or volunteering at local nursing homes and Adult day care centers. Medicare reform and how social security will affect their future.
“Don’t Touch” Sexual Harassment: The objectives in sexual harassment programs are fairly consistent: to increase knowledge of what sexual harassment is how it impacts individuals and the school community, the attitudes and dynamics that support this form of violence and strategies to deal with it when it occurs. There is also some attention to school-wide plans to change aspects of school culture that supports, overtly or covertly, violence in its many forms. This objective reflects the understanding that the school environment is a mirror image of society with the attitudes or norms that prop up violence spills over. A major component of sexual harassment prevention is addressing the thoughts and attitudes held by many students about harassment. More accurate definitions of sexual harassment help students understand the broad scope of behaviors that fall within this form of violence. School and School Board policies and procedures are often reviewed, as well as examining legal and civil rights perspectives. However, the prime focus of these programs is on the dynamics of interpersonal relationships, sex roles, sex-role stereotyping, equality, dual discrimination, and sexual violence.