The T.E.A.M. Project

 

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Mission:

Encouraging teen mothers to build a foundation for their lives based on integrity, commitment and empowerment.

Objective:

To mobilize resources that positively impacts the development of young women with children to assure healthy life balance.  

Vision:

Our vision is to create a platform for teen mothers to become role models for their children while empowering them to develop their potential as capable, self-sufficient citizens of our society.

 

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Program Summary:  

Our program is designed to empower teen mothers before, during, and after their transition into motherhood. We offer a wide variety of research-based educational resources that enhances our participants’ knowledge of financial literacy, technical and career training, along with access to health and wellness resources for their families. Educating and mentoring teens is an essential aspect of the program, as it encourages them to feel empowered and committed to the success of their child’s healthy development.

Target Audience:

Teenage females, ages 12 – 19 years old living in low-income, rural, and/or suburban areas.

Program Goals:

  • Provides job readiness and skill development
  • Provides financial literacy
  • Promotes age-appropriate abstinence education
  • Promotes health & wellness through educational workshops and presentations.
  • Partners with community agencies, schools, faith-based organizations, and youth groups to mobilize resources.   

Mentoring:

The T.E.A.M. Project’s mentoring program links teen participants with professional women who were teen mothers. Through this partnership, our participants are uplifted, empowered, and motivated to beat the odds and develop healthy relationships with their children.

 

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