Youth Outreach

In School Presentations

Last year the Youth Outreach Advocate gave 28 presentations to 1,375 students.

Presentations

Teen Corner

 The LeeShore Center welcomes teens to their special space on our website. Here you will find information and resources that you can use for your personal safety and in school or club presentations. 

Teen Corner

Stand Up Speak Up Videos

Videos

Volunteering

Are you a young adult interested in volunteering at the LeeShore Center? Click below to check out our youth volunteer application. 

Application

In-School Presentations

 The LeeShore Center curriculum was approved by KPBSD in 2002 and includes educational information on: dating violence, self-esteem, kindness and respect, bullying prevention, conflict resolution, sexual harassment, domestic violence, healthy relationships, communication skills and many more. 

School Year 2017-2018

Our Youth Outreach Advocate gave 28 presentations to 1,375 students ages K -12. 

The following are quotes from presentation evaluation forms completed by teachers:

 Sexual Harassment:

"The students really paid attention and were highly interested"

"Thank you for your time and effort. It was great - students needed to hear this!" 

 Self-Esteem:

"The topics are very important and we appreciate your willingness to try to educate the young children."

Communication:

"The presentation was engaging, informative, and age appropriate. The presenter was able to build a rapport with students quickly." 

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 Bullying:

"It is nice to have other people - other than teachers and parents - to say the same things. Nice reinforcement."


Conflict Resolution:

"I felt this was a very informative presentation for this age group. I was really impressed with the program." 

Teen Corner

 The LeeShore Center welcomes teens to their special space on our website. Here you will find information and resources that you can use for your personal safety and in school or club presentations.  Be sure to visit the rest of the website for information about our agency and its services.


Great resource sites for teens: 

How you can help:

We welcome teen volunteers to LeeShore. Parental permission slips are required. Your enthusiasm is a great joy to see. Here are some ways you can help:

  • Special activities: teens in recent years have hosted holiday parties for the children; helped children make ornaments/presents for their moms; helped with fundraising efforts; helped at the Run for Womeyberbullyingn; taken part in the annual Choose Respect walk; and completed High School Civics Service projects.
  • General maintenance: teens have helped with summer yard work, straightening the Clothes Closet, etc.
  • Do you have an idea? Share it with us.

What you need to do next - Steps you need to take:

  • Contact our Education and Training Assistant: by phone - 283-9479; or by email – ablatchford@leeshoreak.org.
  • Complete a Teen Volunteer Packet in the download section at the bottom of the page) – if you are under age 18 you must have a parent/guardian sign.

Stand Up Speak Up

Downloads

Youth_Application (pdf)

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