AYE Partner Programs
The Association for Youth Empowerment works with and supports organizations that promote social change and leadership among young people.
Please visit one of our partner sites to learn how you can make a difference.
Is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that provides youth and their communities with experiential workshops and programs that demonstrate the possibility of love and connection through the celebration of diversity, truth and full expression. Through a series of games, activities, group discussions, icebreakers and trust-building exercises, participants learn how to break down the walls of separation and create new levels of respect and communication within themselves to share with their peers and families. www.challengeday.org
Is a local non-profit volunteer group in South Eastern Michigan dedicated to bringing Challenge Day and the "Be the Change" movement programs to local schools and communities. www.greatlakescircles.org
· Expand school programs that empower students to reach their full potential amid the challenges teens face today.
· Support our teens with a full partnership between teachers, staff and students in the school, and caring adults from the community.
· Extend and expand on what comes from the Challenge Day workshops held each year at the school.
Empower teens to get what they want out of their high school years, to do what they know is right, and achieve success as they define success for themselves.
January 30th through April 4th
Your opportunity to pledge
64 ways in 64 day
A Season for Peace and Nonviolence was the dreation of co-founders Dr. Arun Gandhi, grandson of M.K. Gandhi, and the Association for Golgal New Thought. In 1998, the dates Janurary 30th and April 4th respresented the 50th and 30th anniversaries, respectively of the assassinations of M.K Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
If you are interested in learning more about the principles of SPAN or implementing a program contact Span website www.agnt.org