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Neighbors Of Seaton Place

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Community & Neighborhood Development, Cultural & Ethnic Awareness, Economic Development, Environment, Youth Development Programs

Mission: Provide high quality, researched -based programs that meet the needs of children and their families. "Elevate,Educate and Inspire" Engage young people as Stakeholders

Programs: Life Skills, Job Rediness Program, Youth on the Path of Prevention Teen Pregnancy (Y.A.P.) youth alternative programs. Parenting - Strengthening the Lives of youth (S.L.O.Y.) Beneficiaries: Each month these programs serves 25-75 youth boys and girls from low income and disadvantaged families in Ward 5 of Washington, DC. During Spring break and summer, Camp *on* The*-GOooooooo!!serves 80-125 youth daily. Sister Circle Program (starting in March of 2007)to help adolescent females grow into strong-willed, self-confident and self-assured leaders.

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Former staff

Rating: 5

As an employee, I must say that my experiences with the youth participants over the pass six years have been both a challenge and a pleasure. NOSP is a learning-site offering a non-traditional safe haven that offers its youth learning experiences that are geared to broadening conceptional skills in an attempt to open doors outside of their normal neighbor setting. Youth participating in the NOSP program are exposed to a social setting that encompasses both individual and group development programs and are encouraged to explore all aspects of cultural diversity and incorporate them into their every day lives as best they can. NOSP, a place to learn as youth grow and, of course, have fun.