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The Leader In Me (LM)

When I grow up, I want to be a CEO. This program helps youth develop their leadership skills. Our programs encourage public speaking, teach children the benefits of being compassionate, and understanding. Youth build confidence and improve their communication skills.

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Alike But Different (AD)

Let me introduce myself, “My name is…” The exercises in this program will open the heart and mind to understand, respect, and appreciate cultural differences.

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That Cost How Much? (TM)

Everyone needs to learn how to spend money wisely. The goal of this program is to encourage the benefits of saving money, investing money, and making wise decisions on how to spend money.

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Computers Run The World (CW)

Youth learn how computers work as well as build one. This program can open the door to a variety of careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).

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What Happens When I Mix This...(WT)

Youth conduct experiments for fun, while gaining knowledge about science. This program improves a child’s critical thinking, improves problem-solving skills, and explains the important role science and math play in their everyday lives.

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Why Do We Have Laws? (WL)

One day, I want to be President. The purpose of this program is not to influence youth with adult opinions, but to explain the different

branches of government, and how they all work together to govern America.

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Arts & Crafts (AC)

Paint, draw, unleash your creative side, but most of all have fun expressing you.

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Travel Without Leaving Home (TL)

Get lost in a story and learn how to write your own adventure. This program will strengthen their English grammar, increase their vocabulary, and encourage youth to spend more time reading.

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Numbers Rule! (NR)

This program will help remove the fear of solving mathematical problems.