Teens

Adulting Skills with Project AIM

Thursday, August 22 • 4pm

Do you want to learn real skills for life after school?  

Trained professionals will teach you skills for finding a job, managing money, making healthy relationship choices, and more. 

We’re excited to bring this national program to Kingston! Project AIM is an Evidence-Based Program that focuses on positive youth development. This 13-session-long workshop motivates youth to give them a reason not to engage in risky behavior and invest in a positive future. Project AIM fosters cognitive, social, behavioral, and emotional competence. 

 

Activities include: mini-games, creation of business cards, resume writing, identifying strengths, mock interviews, budgeting, graduation, and safter sex information. For more information, please visit www.misn-ny.org.  

 

Snacks and refreshments will be provided. This program will be hosted by Maternal-Infant Services Network. 

Register Here