The Young Leaders Academy is a crucial initiative that aims to nurture future leaders and empower young adults to foster leadership skills, personal development, entrepreneurship and civic engagement. They will develop neuropathic ways to activate new ways of problem-solving through art, music, visualizations, and writing workshops.
Doers, Dreamers & Leaders
Learning through art, music,
visualizations, and writing workshops.
Skills they will learn
Program is designed
for ages 11-18
and it runs between 4 to 6 weeks.
Activate your child's brain!
The program will activate the right brain which will help them in regulating their emotions, cope with stress and build resiliency.
By the end of the program, they would have developed a business idea and work together with their peers to create a business plan.
Lastly, they will get inspired from community and civic leaders.
When we visualize, particularly when we have created a scene in our mind's eye, we use more of the right brain. We tap into more of the creative, intuitive and holistic parts of ourselves. And we integrate these with the rational, analytical, verbal parts of the brain
Find Your Talents and Passions Workshop
10 years old
It was an amazing and awesome experience. It was the coolest thing to see myself in a doctors outfit helping my friends.
6 years old
I want to be a painter and I saw myself in the forest drawing a deer. I was in a very happy place.
12 years old
Future baseball player
I saw myself in a blue uniform playing baseball and my friends and family were cheering for me. I loved it!
Our mission is to inspire and give tools and resources to underserved kids and the youth to explore civic engagement, leadership and entrepreneurship for academic and personal success.
The true sign of intelligence is not
- Albert Einstein
Workshops for parents to access tools to support the emotional and mental growth of their child.
1. Understanding Growth and Fixed Mindset in Parenting
2. Cultivating Resiliency and Grit
3. The Power of Praise and Positive Feedback
4. The Science of How the Brain Learns
5. Why Mistakes/Failure Are Great