Moving Forward!<br />
Blessings!<br />Welcome to Organizing <br />for <br />America Glorious Days, Inc.<br />www.daytongloriousdays.com<br />Tod...
Independent living begin 2 years before turning 18<br />
Moving Forward!<br />
Promoting cultural competence<br />
Moving Forward!<br />
Moving Forward!<br />
At age 18, Foster Youth are Emancipated from Foster Care into a World for which they are usually Unprepared!<br />
End of silence<br />
Nonprofit marketing – target audience – Ages 19 - 22<br />Through hard work and fun play, our staff strives to follow four...
 motivate and inspire citizens<br />
Friends of Montgomery County (OH) – www.daytongloriousdays.com; shelterchurch.tv, and ryanriddell.com<br />We, as a nation...
The beatles<br />
Justin beibers<br />
Judge bill littlejohn<br />
Women about biz.com<br />CEO-Trina Newby (WAB)<br />Help You Deal With Everything From Your Paper To Your Professional Res...
The solution – make a difference<br />Somehow you have to build a team of like-minded people who are as excited about maki...
Making youths a national priority<br />The principles of cultural competence define the lives of children, families, commu...
Get motivated<br />
         The Blueprint<br />That is the ideal, but it seems impossible to accomplish! <br />It is a way to overcome just t...
Foster youth are expected to live independently long before most of their peers.  Many of the over 20,000 youth (about 1,0...
Assisting youths to become productive citizens<br />Make Sure That Staff Develop An Understanding And Respect For The Rich...
Provide the necessities<br />Provide these individuals with a place to stay; food and basic necessities, as well as transi...
National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) - alumni<br />National Association of Professional Women offers a variet...
In the end<br />Culture Defines Us As Individuals; It Makes Us Who We Are!<br />
Compassion  is our calling<br />
Changing lives<br />
Networking – making a difference<br />
Culture impact<br />Increase the organizational and individual understanding of how the various dimensions of culture impa...
Thank you!<br />For Allowing Us To Share With You, Life After The System <br />of Foster Youths.<br />
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1. Provide current/previous foster youths with a place to stay; food and basic necessities, as well as transitional services including, but not limited to counseling, life skills, computer skills, and job search training. We encourage the youths to enroll in 2 year and 4 year colleges. 2. Focus is on building and sustaining communities together. 3. Educational Services provided for youths ages 19-22 which were previously in foster homes. These individuals are no longer eligible to be part of the foster care system after the age of 18. At this time, these youths are often homeless, not educated and do not have life skills. 4. Organizing for America Glorious Days, Inc will work with local government agencies, rehabilitation centers, and provisional institutes to locate individuals that may need the assistance of our organization.

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  1. 1. Moving Forward!<br />
  2. 2. Blessings!<br />Welcome to Organizing <br />for <br />America Glorious Days, Inc.<br />www.daytongloriousdays.com<br />Today, <br />We Would Like To Share With You,<br /> Life After The System<br /> of <br />Foster Care Youths<br />
  3. 3. Independent living begin 2 years before turning 18<br />
  4. 4. Moving Forward!<br />
  5. 5. Promoting cultural competence<br />
  6. 6. Moving Forward!<br />
  7. 7. Moving Forward!<br />
  8. 8. At age 18, Foster Youth are Emancipated from Foster Care into a World for which they are usually Unprepared!<br />
  9. 9. End of silence<br />
  10. 10. Nonprofit marketing – target audience – Ages 19 - 22<br />Through hard work and fun play, our staff strives to follow four core values each day of our Youths’ Educational Career: <br />Do The Right Thing<br />Make A Difference In Your Community <br />Keep Our Promises and <br />Help Each Other<br />
  11. 11. motivate and inspire citizens<br />
  12. 12. Friends of Montgomery County (OH) – www.daytongloriousdays.com; shelterchurch.tv, and ryanriddell.com<br />We, as a nation, must set a new course to save our Youths, strengthening their families, and regain control of our national destiny.  There are no patch-up jobs to the problems that threaten the lives and prospects of so many of America's youths.  But the solutions are within reach.<br />
  13. 13. The beatles<br />
  14. 14. Justin beibers<br />
  15. 15. Judge bill littlejohn<br />
  16. 16. Women about biz.com<br />CEO-Trina Newby (WAB)<br />Help You Deal With Everything From Your Paper To Your Professional Responsibilities And Give You Parameters On How To Prioritize Your Organization And Where To Take Action.<br />
  17. 17. The solution – make a difference<br />Somehow you have to build a team of like-minded people who are as excited about making A Difference In Our Community as you are. <br />You need to find people that you can count on to join a program and recruit others so that the love grows and everybody makes A Difference together. <br />If you can find a way to get everyone involved and committed soon after starting, then there won't be so much pressure to quit because you have like-minded people.<br />
  18. 18. Making youths a national priority<br />The principles of cultural competence define the lives of children, families, communities, tribes, member agencies, and ultimately the work of child welfare and social service agencies. <br />
  19. 19. Get motivated<br />
  20. 20. The Blueprint<br />That is the ideal, but it seems impossible to accomplish! <br />It is a way to overcome just those problems. <br />If the Blueprint is followed, anyone can work their way to a significant help with our Youths in a rather short amount of time.<br />
  21. 21. Foster youth are expected to live independently long before most of their peers. Many of the over 20,000 youth (about 1,000 in Ohio) who age out of foster care each year have many characteristics in common. They are more likely to experience negative outcomes and less likely to experience positive outcomes than their peers.84.8 percent do not have a high school diploma or GED.22 percent are homeless.16.8 percent are on public assistance.33.2 percent are below the poverty level.25 percent are involved in crime.54.4 percent have behavioral and emotional problems, school problems, and mental and physical health issues.50 percent experience early pregnancy.90 percent have had sexual intercourse.Only 20 percent complete any college.Only 33 percent have health insurance.Only 48 percent are employed full time.<br />
  22. 22. Assisting youths to become productive citizens<br />Make Sure That Staff Develop An Understanding And Respect For The Richness, Strength, And Additional Capacity Culture And Diversity Bring To The Workplace. <br />
  23. 23. Provide the necessities<br />Provide these individuals with a place to stay; food and basic necessities, as well as transitional services including but not limited to counseling, life skills, computer skills and job search training. <br />
  24. 24. National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) - alumni<br />National Association of Professional Women offers a variety of educational opportunities throughout the year for professionals who want to improve their skills and strengthen their abilities such as: Credit Management, Networking Forum, Webinars, Keynote Speakers and Foster Social/Career Development.<br />
  25. 25. In the end<br />Culture Defines Us As Individuals; It Makes Us Who We Are!<br />
  26. 26. Compassion is our calling<br />
  27. 27. Changing lives<br />
  28. 28. Networking – making a difference<br />
  29. 29. Culture impact<br />Increase the organizational and individual understanding of how the various dimensions of culture impact the families the agency serves and the staff that works with them. <br />
  30. 30. Thank you!<br />For Allowing Us To Share With You, Life After The System <br />of Foster Youths.<br />

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