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Our organization and programs provides a hope journey prospective to bring hope into the lives of others through public speaking, mentoring, educational curriculum, and more! 

-Strategy & Organization -Personal Development -Bullying Prevention​ -Anger Management​ -Drug and Alcohol Prevention -Suicide​ -Depression -​Public Speaking​ -Mentoring​-Motivation and Hope -Coaching

JUMP- (Juvenile Uplifting & Mentoring Program)  This program is for ages 9

and up...


Mission Statement

It is the mission of “The Jump” program to create, support and maintain one

on one positive and healthy mentoring relationships between adult mentors

and youth facing academic, social, emotional, and or personal challenges.

The Z-Factor Leadership Program is committed to providing programs and “soft skills” mentoring for elementary, middle, and high school youth to stay in school and developing them into future leaders for families, employers, and communities. Ultimately to help them to resolve barriers that may hinder their abilities to transition to high school, graduate from high school, and the pursuit of education beyond high school.

NSSA helps youth be a leader in establishing innovative, experiential entrepreneurship programs for middle and high school students, delivering these programs through high schools and middle schools in close cooperation with local community and business leaders and their organizations. To partner with like minded organizations to effectively deliver entrepreneurship education to young people!


The experiences of local leaders of industry, community members, educators and entrepreneurs. The goal of all classes is for each student to successfully launch their own business.

The RMP speaking team presentation includes visual art, music, skits of comedic and dramatic content and powerful inspirational speaking. Accompanied by the use of videos, crowd participation, pamphlets, and other materials Rescue Me Project offers a precise, sincere, but compassionate look inside the struggles plaguing the youth and families of the modern generation.

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