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Our Programs

We aim to address our community problems with a wide array of community initiatives under our Four Pillars of program's, each of which is interdependent, building one upon the other. Our Youth Programs will be spearheaded by our Educator’s Union; our educator/professional members will also enhance our Return to Citizenship Program, which in turn creates and sustains the Workforce Development Program.

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Youth Programs

Our focus is to enable access to experiences that will prepare our youth to lead and serve the needs of our community.

  • Annual summer breakfast program

  • Back-to-school supplies drive

  • Educational workshops

 

Educator's Union

To build trust and cooperation to achieve our goals, we strive to organize and unify community leaders and professionals to engage in resetting social conditioning.

  • Professional network

  • Tutoring

  • Volunteering

  • Cultural, spiritual & corporate retreats

  • Professional development workshops

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Return to Citizenship

Equipping the most disadvantaged population with proper tools to engage in a new understanding of prosperity.

  • Reform program

  • Resource center

  • Job training 

  • Educational workshops

Workforce Development

Structuring a system to connect established associates with assets to build vertical businesses, thereby strengthening local economies.

  • Work/trade programs

  • Internships

  • On-job-the-training & coaching 

  • Independently scale businesses in our network

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Business owners ask about our GEP Programs (Group Economics Program)