Phenomenal Angels of the Community aim to support youth in becoming self-sufficient and thriving members of society. To do that, PAC currently engages in five primary areas of activity, impact and support:
Angels in this group range in age from 7 years old to 9 years old. These Angels participate in age appropriate workshops, activities and events.
Angels in this group range in age from 10 years old to 13 years old. These Angels are being prepared to enter in to the Teen Leadership group when they turn 14. These Angels participate in age appropriate workshops, activities and events.
Angels in this group range in age from 14 years old to 17 years old. These Angels determine some of their own programs, mentor the other groups and are being groomed and prepared for adult hood and high education. These Angels participate in age appropriate workshops, activities and events.
Life Skills Workshops teach youth valuable skills and entrepreneurial skill development tools in fun ways to handle questions, issues and/or challenges encountered in daily life and understanding the world around them. Participants shall be exposed to a range of topics, information and professionals.
Self-Esteem and Body Image Workshops provide information to youth to spot triggers that cause self-doubt and stop them from being confident. They are provided tools to alter and identify negative thoughts and behaviors.
Financial Literacy workshops helps youth to learn how one’s values influence money decisions, how smart money management begins now, and they will be able to distinguish between needs and wants. The youth shall identify and develop strategies toward smart money management.
Etiquette 101 is an all encompassing workshop focused on the value of “dressing the part” and digging into the importance of the 1st impression while defining their personal style. This workshop helps build confidence and self-esteem.
Pillar of Character study is based on Character Counts® framework where practical strategies and tools are provided to foster positive change and produce results in the academic, social, emotional and character development of the youth. Although Character Counts® focuses on six Pillars , PAC focuses on nine.
Communication & Presentation workshops shall discuss different speaking styles, review characteristics of effective communication including body language and listening. The youth will learn to communicate effectively, resolve conflicts and confidently handle any situation with finesse and skill which will help to boost self-confidence.
Community Service promotes personal growth and self-esteem. The youth are able to help in strengthening the community, while strengthening themselves. Finally, volunteering helps to enhance problem solving skills, communication and social networking.
Youth interact with others from the community. When the youth feel a sense of belonging they tend to lead happier and healthier lives. Youth learn that by helping to improve the community, they improve themselves. They become our future agents of change.
Youth participating in activities outside of their neighborhood networks develop better social skills and appreciation of others. These interactions with individuals and institutions contribute strongly to the well being, development and provokes a healthy well rounded view of life for these youth.