Our curriculum is grounded in principles designed to develop youth both personally and professionally as leaders in their community.

1.Leadership

Students learn about the power of personal responsibility and the basics of being a leader. Examples of classes include:

  • The Power of One
  • What is Leadership?
  • Leading in my Neighborhood

2. Communication

Students learn about listening, effective speaking, and working in teams to accomplish goals. Examples of classes include:

  • The Power of Two
  • What is Leadership?
  • Leading in my Neighborhood

1.Strategic Planning

Students learn about the power of personal responsibility and the basics of being a leader. Examples of classes include:

  • The Power of One
  • What is Leadership?
  • Leading in my Neighborhood

4. Financial Acumen

Students learn to set financial goals and money management skills to achieve them. Examples of classes include:

  • Setting Financial Goals
  • Charge it Right
  • Financing College

5. Work Experience

Students learn real world job skills through employment opportunities with local employers. Examples of classes include:

  • Summer Youth Employment
  • Ongoing Career Development