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Youth Programs


Queens In Training Program

 We aRe HER  objective is to empower and support at-risk youth by combining mentorship, self-esteem building, confidence development, and entrepreneurship, by providing them with the skills, resources, and opportunities they need to build sustainable futures and achieve economic stability, this includes fostering financial literacy, business acumen, communication skills, and problem-solving abilities. 

Self-Esteem & Confidence building activities: These activities include, Self-reflection exercises, art therapy, affirmation time, and peer-to-peer discussions. We celebrate their strengths and their achievements to foster a positive self-image. 

Body Central -This module is specifically tailored for pre-adolescent girls who are embarking on the journey of puberty and experiencing significant changes. Through our program, girls gain knowledge and understanding of personal hygiene practices, develop awareness of health and fitness, and engage in open discussions about  mental well-being. 

 The entrepreneurship " Money Talks" module provides comprehensive education on financial and economic literacy, including topics such as managing checking and savings accounts, investment strategies, and the fundamentals of starting and running a business. We aim to dispel common money myths and equip participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to navigate the world of finance confidently.

We are proud to witness the incredible talents of our young Kidpreneurs who are already making their mark. From aspiring artists to talented stylists and budding fashionistas, our program celebrates and supports their unique passions and entrepreneurial endeavors. We go beyond words by actively purchasing and supporting the products they create, ensuring that we truly empower their dreams and foster their growth as successful young entrepreneurs.

Cooking with STEM - The kitchen is not just a place for culinary creations; it's an exceptional space for exploring science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). By using simple ingredients commonly found in your pantry, you can effectively demonstrate various scientific concepts. While technology is often associated with computers and modern applications, it also encompasses the use of everyday tools such as scissors, whisks, microwaves, pots, and spatulas—all of which can be found in the kitchen. Harnessing children's innate fascination with food, we aim to engage them in enjoyable learning experiences.