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We see a world where all youth have a voice and an opportunity to exercise their innate leadership abilities, collectively affect change, and create a safe environment, thus inspiring a youth movement

Class 1: Legal awareness

This course will empower young people to be active, engaged citizens by equipping them with the legal knowledge and skills they need to successfully participate and create change in their communities.

Class 4: Hygiene/Personal grooming/Attire

This classes teach visual poise, personal grooming and style, social etiquette and table manners through interactive exercises in order that the newly learned information becomes a life skill.

Class 2: Cooking/Table etiquette

This course is the perfect recipe for teaching youth that cooking is an enduring life skill that can be artistic, creative, and sometimes quite suprising! Each class incorporates basic culinary skills that youth can use going forth.

Class 5:Fitness & Nutrition

This course is an innovative concept that combines resistance circuit training with a world-class nutrition curriculum and is specifically designed for youth between the ages of 13 to 17 yrs.

Class 3: Financial/Credit empowerment

In this course youth will learn how to manage money in a real life setting. We use a Learning-By-Doing approach to put students in the driver’s seat in using Road Test for Personal Finance.

Class 6: College Readiness

This class is designed to prepare youth for the transition to College/Universities and overall and continued Mentorship

Our Goals are simple
  • Improve the overall high school graduation rate
  • To strengthen and support local, national and international programs in order to build a comprehensive youth development infrastructure.
  • To train and support young men to be creative & effective leaders
  • Decrease teen pregnancy
  • Increase College enrollment
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Understanding the facts

Inequality states

At least 25 % of students who attend school in higher inequality states such as Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, and the District Columbia don’t end up graduating in a four-year period, compared to the 10 % of students in the lower-inequality states of Vermont, Wisconsin, North Dakota, and Nebraska.


54% of African Americans graduate from high school, compared to more than three quarters of White & Asian students.

Proficient level

Only 14% of African American eighth graders score at or above the proficient level. These results reveal that millions of young people cannot understand or evaluate text, provide relevant details, or support inferences about the written documents they read.

College & Career Readiness

About 63 percent of the 46.8 million job openings created by 2018 will require workers with at least some college education

Bullying rate

64 percent of children who were bullied did not report it; only 36 percent reported the bullying.

Texas teen birth

As of 2014, the Texas teen birth rate was 37.8 births per 1,000 teen girls (age 15-19). Since 1991, the teen birth rate has declined by 52%. In the past year alone, the decline was 8%.

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