Get.in the.Game at your ORGANIZATION
We recommend you provide access to Get in the Game's The Toolbox in your computer labs. If you do not have a computer on-site then we can discuss getting one donated to you for the purpose of offering this program. Below are some ways to integrate our interactive projects into your program:
Create a Get in the Game club. A club is good for both the achievers who enjoy extra-curricular OR the teens lacking motivation and who just need something to belong to. You can choose a single topic from our life skill library, such as "Financial Literacy" and build the club around that - include another school and have competitions. You could also use all of the life skills and have the club cycle through one every two months during the school year.
Counselor / Mentor Field-Work. Designate a counselor, mentor, or acquire a sponsor to hire one of our Advisors - to work with your youth, one-on-one, as they go through our program. This is especially important for the at-risk demographics who may not receive guidance at home. It's also important for the young adult that says, 'ho hum - I don't know what I want out of life' as much as it is for the teen that has all the opportunities in the world but too much pressure to choose.
Give them the FUN-FIRST! For your young adults that lack the motivation or desire to improve their circumstances, we can approach our program at a different angle. Please contact us to discuss the variety of activities we have that put the 'fun' first - and then the learning happens as a natural result. We have some amazing confidence-building activities!