New Image Youth Center Inc
Rating: 5 stars 11 11 reviews
212 S Parramore Avenue Orlando FL 32805 USA
Community foundation of cf-selected by the city of orlando, fl as one of the children inititatives in the metro-area servicing 85 kids with college preparation, community outreach, counseling, life skills, mentoring and tutoring
summer camp - servicing 85 kids hosting a summer program filled with fun activites and events that help students stay engaged in positive activities
healthy living - all 85 students take part in the garden program. The purpose of this program as a whole is to teach the students healthier living physical activity incorporating dance, sporting activites, and other exercise.
other misc. Programs including scholorship program for assistance to students in need
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I work very closely with the founder of New Image. I have known of the center for about three years and have been apart of the NIYC family for almost six months. I am proud to say I work for and with New Image Youth Center on account of it's prestigious mission. Although i am not a native of Florida, The few years I have been here I have had a hard time becoming acclamated to the different cultures and customs. Here at New Image I have found there is not a difference between customs, nor people. But a sense of family and empowerment! I always say it takes a strong person to take a stand a make a difference. Ms. Shanta has not only taken a stand, she has created a mission that she lives by and aids the needs of others, not only children, but adults whom are in need of employment. I have witnessed growth and development that could cloud a entire city within this one community. We should be so fortunate to become a part of what takes place week after week behind the doors of NIYC......New Images being produced collectively. I feel blessed to be on board!
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