To establish NYLB clubs on all college campuses throughout America. Requesting college students in their related fields of studies(majors assist in the overall development of “at-risk” youth.
In addition college students will be mentoring, engaging education and workforce development life skills so that no youth is left behind.
Bliss Youth Programs, established in 2004, formed the No Youth Left Behind Foundation in (2007) and later established the NoYouth Left Behind Club (2007).
A Collaborative effort helps the community hear the voices of the “at-risk” youth. If one “at-risk” youth’s voice is heard, the collaborative effort can change the community, and pass it forward changing a city.
If a second “ask-risk” youth’s voice is heard, it can change a state. If a third “at-risk”youth’s voice is heard, it can change a nation which eventually changes a world.
Letters of support:
There are no similar projects in Sacramento. Local educators think this NYLB Club is a unique educational, workforce development model that is spreading like a malignancy concept throughout Sacramento, soon to reach the nation.
How will the project be monitored and the results evaluated?
The Senior Advisory Board, Business, Education and Marketing Student majors will monitor the progress of the club’s concept with monthly reports to the college internship counselors, college personnel, high school principals, school advisory teams and guidance teachers.