July 16, 2009
Community Action Agency Offering Youth Life Skills Training in Memphis
Northeast Missouri Community Action Agency has an upcoming project for youth ages 11-17. The project is called: Navigating Life: Skill-Building For Tomorrow’s Community. This project is designated to provide youth ages 11-17 with the opportunity to learn some very critical skills for life, and to earn a $30.00 stipend.
Youth will learn strategies for handling bullying and cyber bullying, building character, managing money, life coping/anger management skills, team building, and making healthy choices. Practical information and skills include learning about child development, seat belt simulator, ABCs of life, job readiness and communications, nutrition and etiquette.
The life skills fun will begin July 27 and will conclude on July 29 at the Scotland County Service Center (Head Start entrance) on Jefferson Street in Memphis. Life Skills will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 4:00 p.m., Monday through Wednesday. Lunch will be served and all necessarily materials will be provided.
To receive the $30 stipend families must meet an income guideline. If your youth is interested in attending these classes, please call Kristal Phillips at 660-465-8558. She will provide more information regarding the activities and will be able to provide you with a confidential income assessment. Seating is limited and pre-registration is required, so please enroll your family members by the July 17 deadline.
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