TCP Young Leaders Program

The Complete Player Charity Young Leaders Program is a 7 month program where students work collaboratively to discover who they are as individuals, find creative ways to develop leadership skills and serve their community, and engage in workforce awareness experiences.

 

What Students are Saying

Why After-school Programming?

Northern AA County is home to communities that suffer from food insecurities, youth homelessness, the highest percentages in the county of the residents living under the poverty line, and youth violence.

Between 2015 – 2018 there was no increase in after-school mentoring programs for students. TCP Youth Empowerment fills that need and is growing within the school system.

Our Leadership Philosophy

Our fundamental belief is that all people are leaders and in order to lead others one must effectively lead themself. The TCP YE Young Leaders program emphasizes the individual students’ development of self-agency through developing their social, emotional and cognitive competencies. Students leave our program with the knowledge, awareness and support to build a strong foundation they can lead from by developing and enhancing their skills in the following areas:

    • 21st-century skills – critical thinking & problem solving, creativity, collaboration, and communication
    • Social & Emotional Competencies – self-awareness, self-control, social-awareness, and relationship skills
    • Cognitive Competencies – self-management, effective decision making, growth mindset, goal setting & achievement
    • Life Skills – mindfulness, personal accountability, and grit, among others

Program Outcomes:

%of students believe they improved their self-awareness and social skills.

%of students express an increase in self-esteem & self-confidence.

%of students expressed feeling more comfortable with public speaking.

%of students expressed being more comfortable working in a diverse group.

%of students leave with a greater understanding of who they are as an individual.

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