• “Be the Peace – Be the Hope”

    Educational Social-Emotional Healing Arts Program for At-Risk Youth 

    in Local Schools,  Refugee Camps and In Communities Across The Globe.

    “Be the Peace Be the Hope” is a Social & Emotional Enrichment Healing Arts program that engages large number of children in at-risk environments (at-risk local schools, community centers, refugee camps) and aids in healing trauma, regaining hope, exploring strengths, and building a better future. We address emotional and social factors contributing to disengagement, delinquency, and academic failure. We also provide a platform that connect the youth with local and global communities so that they can be part of the positive change they wish to see in the world. We train the local teachers and follow up periodically to make sure the sustainability is ensured.  The assessment results show a positive change in lives of hundreds of children in a very short time (Decrease in anxiety; Increase in  resilience, respect, self-efficacy, relationships, creativity.)

    TEACHER TRAINING: January 12, 2017, 1:00-3:15 p.m. at Marshall Middle School.

    Expectation to co-facilitate weekly students’ sessions on Fridays from 2:10 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. for Marshall Middle School (Burbank and Herrera to be confirmed)

    Want to know more? Check out the Be the Peace – Be the Hope website at:

    www.BePeaceBeHope.com

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  • “Be the Peace – Be the Hope”

    Educational Social-Emotional Healing Arts Program for At-Risk Youth 

    in Local Schools,  Refugee Camps and In Communities Across The Globe.

     

    “Be the Peace Be the Hope” is a Social & Emotional Enrichment Healing Arts program that engages large number of children in at-risk environments (at-risk local schools, community centers, refugee camps) and aids in healing trauma, regaining hope, exploring strengths, and building a better future. We address emotional and social factors contributing to disengagement, delinquency, and academic failure. We also provide a platform that connect the youth with local and global communities so that they can be part of the positive change they wish to see in the world. We train the local teachers and follow up periodically to make sure the sustainability is ensured.  The assessment results show a positive change in lives of hundreds of children in a very short time (Decrease in anxiety; Increase in  resilience, respect, self-efficacy, relationships, creativity.)

     

    TEACHER TRAINING: January 12, 2017, 1:00-3:15 p.m. at Marshall Middle School.

    Expectation to co-facilitate weekly students’ sessions on Fridays from 2:10 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. for Marshall Middle School (Burbank and Herrera to be confirmed)

    Want to know more? Check out the Be the Peace – Be the Hope website at:

    www.BePeaceBeHope.com