An inspiring event for youth (and adults) is coming online to Clearwater on July 22 – 24, 2020.
The 3rd Annual RISING ABOVE! YOUTH EXPERIENCE: NOT AN OPTION offers online workshops, performances, free food, activities, contests, prizes and more.
This free Youth Leadership Conference brings community, individuals, and organizations together in a safe environment to discuss issues, find common ground and produce solutions that even youth can participate in to create a better community. Due to COVID-19, the event this year will be online only.
The dates of the conference are Wednesday, July 22, 2020 – Friday, Jul 24, 2020, 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Terry Jones, Executive Director of the Clearwater Neighborhood Family Center explains, “The conference targets youth in grades 6 through 12, but many topics are of interest to adults as well, such as Human Trafficking.”
Speakers include Micah “P3” Poole, founder and CEO of Micah Poole & Associates
and Dr. Carleah East, aka “The Sapphire Woman,” the founder and CEO of SMILE Psychology and Associates.
The conference features music and performances by Lloyd Cooper III of LC3 ENTERTAINMENT, Mr. D. Tunes, Spheres Bubble Show with Blaise Ryndes and Pretti Emage. The conference theme song is performed by Ni’Year
To register and view performer and speaker videos, visit RISING ABOVE! YOUTH EXPERIENCE: NOT AN OPTION.
The Clearwater Neighborhood Family Center is the organizer of the 3rd Annual RISING ABOVE! YOUTH EXPERIENCE: NOT AN OPTION online event.
The Clearwater Neighborhood Family Center is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization which providess a place where talents, resources and gifts of the community connect and work together for the betterment of children and families.
The CNFC operates three main program areas: the Youth Development Program; Family Support Services; and Community Services, with a variety of neighborhood collaborations and partnerships. They offer an array of other services ranging from linking families with agencies that meet critical needs, to mentoring, tutoring, providing literacy classes to children who risk failing in school. The CNFC offers parenting classes, money, and debt management education, employment skills and job retention training. They also work with other community agencies in linking families to housing, health care, and other essential family support services.
For more information, visit www.clearwaternfc.org or call (727) 442-5355