Knitting for Neighbors
"Knitting for Neighbors" is a year long community service initiative that teaches middle and high school teens how to knit a basic scarf while also learning how to demonstrate appropriate social skills. Scarves are donated to the homeless in the fall.
In October we "knit pink" for pediatric and adult cancer patients. Volunteers are needed to help teach basic knitting skills, donate yarn or knitting needles, or simply cheer participation. These are Saturday classes with some evenings during summer months.
Teen Ambassadors develop and promote a culture of courteous behavior by encouraging others in their school, community, church, and home to use common courtesies and courtesy words. Ambassadors meet with like-minded teens to design posters, tee shirts, and other vehicles to promote their courtesy campaign.
Ambassadors are encouraged to meet and interview local celebs and athletes to help bring awareness to courteous behavior and social competence.
For more information please contact us at 704-208-8508.
Social Skills Saturdays
Social Skills Saturdays is all about helping teens develop a higher degree of self confidence and social competence. Through interactive presentations, self evaluation, and peer inspiration, students focus on Six Core Social Skills (including social media).
For information on how we can bring Social Skills Saturdays to your group please contact us at 704-293-8626 or via email by clicking the link below.
Common Courtesies - Poise & Posture - Dress & Hygiene - Communication - Self Control - Dining & Table Manners.