The proposed pandemic recovery project will help foster, promote and establish leadership development, mentorship, education and health awareness. Through a human centric training program underprivileged youth will have an opportunity, through a manipulated training environment to envision a new perspective on embedded critical race theory. Utilizing soccer as a vehicle to bring about awareness on diversity and inclusion, and promote wellness. Building Pathways will use education and soccer to have youth working together to accomplish program goals.
Utilization of soccer as a vehicle to guide youth to resources…. leadership development, mentorship, soccer as access point to underprivileged areas/communities. Building Pathways can impact youth in the community and improve the consequences of isolation. With the focus on underprivileged youth by providing innovative and cost-effective approaches to addressing core needs for all youth with the focus on overcoming the impact of isolation, and unhealthy habits. Building Pathways will offer individual development training, leadership development, coaching, connection to existing health reflective resources in the state, and access to enhance the skills of underprivileged, minority youth and support these goals.
Building Pathways innovative approach will include providing a unique combination of on-site training and the opportunity for local and regional networking, coupled with on-going virtual mentorship/coaching. Building Pathways will offer twelve one-day training institutes within Maricopa County. All twelve training sessions will also be available via live streaming webinar, Facebook live and archived on the Building Pathways platform. These institutes will teach youth development skills in a society with deep rooted judgements, as well as connect them to existing resources available throughout the geographical location.
The institutes will be followed up with one-on-on mentoring services and access to our online health training and resource center. These critically-needed services will help to promote the growth of underprivileged and minority youth. As a result of the proposed project, Building Pathways will serve over 100 minority youth under the age of eighteen through training and mentorship increasing individual confidence and skills by 25%. Building Pathways will also capture a minimum of 3 success stories during the twelve-month project period.
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