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To promote leadership and life skills education to homeless and at-risk youth in an effort to build a solid foundation that will prepare teens for transition into adulthood and independent living.
To empower homeless and at-risk youth groups with the tools necessary to make sound decisions and reach their fullest potential.
Established as a nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization in 2016, Ambassadors, Inc. offers mentoring to homeless and at-risk youth, ages 13 to 18, and seeks to help prepare youth for transition into adulthood.
Ambassadors strives to empower homeless and at-risk youth groups to see beyond their past challenges and current situations. Statistics reveal the following:
One-third of the homeless people in the US population are children, which includes children in the foster care system.
Each year, over 20,000 children age out of foster care. This group is most likely to be homeless, go to prison, or become young parents.
We present real-life concepts in a fun environment and collaborate with a diverse group of professionals and entrepreneurs to present a curriculum which deals with the following:
Goal setting and career planning
Self-image and character development
Conflict and stress management
Citizenship and much more....