The City seeks 100 participants for the inaugural Cohort of Champions Initiative, a unique training opportunity for 100 young men, ages 12 to 24. Parents/guardians, teachers, adults are encouraged to think of someone they can nominate!
Learn more in this short video: https://youtu.be/MwEyriVbAL0
Cohort of Champions Youth Training Initiative
Applications are being accepted through November 30, 2016
Young men, ages 12 to 24, are invited to apply for this unique workforce development program to support education, develop character, provide hands-on experience and career readiness. The signature program of the city’s My Brother’s and Sister’s Keeper initiative features Educational, Entrepreneurial Training and Enrichment Programs:
After-School Employment Training Second Chances Programs
Post-Secondary Opportunities Career Readiness Training
Entrepreneurship Training Sports and Team-Building Outings
Healthy Cooking and Eating Mentoring and Role Modeling
Wrap-around support services and workshops for members and entire family
Recruitment is open through Nov. 30!
-Apply Now to be a part of the first Cohort of Champions Youth Training Initiative
Applications available at St. Petersburg Recreation Centers, Community Libraries
and online at www.stpete.org/MBSK
St. Petersburg’s one-year program begins in January 2017. For more about the program, workforce development and training for young men, contact Rev. Kenny Irby at 727-893-7808. # # # MEDIA1