Empowering the Youth to Make a Positive

Impact in Our Community



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B.A.B.Y. 

Becoming a "Better You"    

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Background

B.A.B.Y. will create engaging, empowering and 6-week curriculum to help youth 

and teens build skills and develop a sense of self and connections to their world. 

As a result, youth and teens achieve educational success, develop healthy behaviors 

and relationships, and exhibit life and leadership skills.


Goals/Objectives

Youth development is a process through which the needs of young people can be met. 

The sense of identity and belonging, security, and control that youth so need are addressed 

through the development of personal/social skills, knowledge, reasoning and creativity, 

and healthy behavior—all of which are character aspects on which that program focuses.


The designed curriculum will be:

  •  Formal instruction or content-based learning activities.
  •  Meaningful youth-designed or youth-initiated activities that translate knowledge to action. 
  •  Reflection for personal and group growth.
  •  Opportunities for participants to connect with his/her community and the world at large.


The topics will include:

  • Do you know my Story? (Self-Awareness)
  • Conflict Management
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Dealing with School Conflicts Effectively
  • Power of Influence (Character and Integrity)
  • Communication Strategies
  • Police and Youth Relations
  • Self-Discipline
Procedures
  • Meeting these objectives will require an open line of communication with current and past volunteers.
  • Key goal of the curriculum is to empower youth to make right decisions regarding their life and goals.

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Upon completion of the program (graduation), you will receive:


  • Certificate of Completion 
  • T-Shirt 
  • Plaque