Begins Oct. 12: Youth/Young Adult Collaborative Outreach Program
- In Community Partnership with5B02 and 5B04 Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners,Guildfield Missionary Baptist ChurchandLuke C. Moore Senior High SchoolYouth/Young Adult Collaborative Community Outreach Program (Yaccop)Volunteer Assistance for youth and young adults (up to age 25)HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: NEED DCPS COMMUNITY SERVICE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS?· Have you completed your DCPS communityservice requirements to graduate? JOIN US!· Help elementary, middle and high schoolstudents with reading, math & homework.ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: NEED HELP WITH...?· Reading/Math/Homework· Life Skills/Interviewing Skills/· College Prep Career Choices /Personal Enrichment· Criminal Records Resolution/Employment Issues· Guidance, Advice & CounselingWANT A ...? Mentor/TutorADULTS: - VOLUNTEER TODAY!· Let’s STOP COMPLAINING aboutOUR YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS!· BECOME PART OF THE SOLUTION· HELP the community…· EVERYONE HAS A GIFT - SHARE YOURS!
LOCATION, TIME AND DATE:DATE: Meets every 2nd Saturday of each month – BEGINS October 12TIME: 10AM-3PM; Snacks providedLOCATION: Guildfield Missionary Baptist Church -(Basement/Enter through parking lot)ADDRESS: 1023 Otis Street, NEWHO WE ARE????Youth/Young Adult Collaborative Community Outreach Program (Yaccop) is a group of volunteers committed to the future of our community’s youth and young adults. We believe in sowing good seeds in order to harvest a great crop. We know our youth and young adults are our greatest crop, regardless of their present challenges.INTERESTED? JOIN US!Together, we can help create good ground towards your positive and productive future. Let’s start today and plan to live out our great destiny tomorrow!CONTACTS:Commissioner Ursula Higgins (5B02)(202) 321-5289; 5B02@...Commissioner Carolyn Steptoe (5B04)(202) 321-3860; 5B04@...Ms. Sheila Henderson, Luke C. Moore SHS(202) 281-3600; sheilaa.henderson@...
"Creating Good Ground Towards a Positive Future for Our Community's Youth and Young Adults."
Join with hundreds of others to help create an Age-Friendly city on Saturday, September 21 from 9:30 - 11:30 am at the Age-Friendly DC Forum at The Howard Theatre, 620 T Street, NW. Visit http://dcoa.dc.gov/page/age-friendly-dc-forum for more info.