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YCPT is a student-led and operated group of local high school students dedicated to creating positive changes in the Korean American community. Through weekly discussions and analyses of the community's needs, these young volunteers determine, design and conduct their own projects and hone their team-building and leadership skills while assisting members of the community with special needs.
KAFSC provides a supportive environment for young clients ages 12-18 to share their thoughts and feelings on topics such as identity, peer and family relationships, dating violence, school, and personal and life goals. With guidance from a counselor, teens receive support and encouragement from each other. They view KAFSC as a positive and safe place to overcome their struggles through discussions, games and field trips. Counselors use facilitation techniques to help teens speak openly, develop self-awareness, empathy for others, and improve their social and conflict resolution skills.
This "big sister-big brother" program matches young clients ages 10-18 with an adult, typically a young professional or older college student, who provides friendship and guidance. Through careful recruitment and screening of potential mentors, youngsters are matched with caring individuals who serve as both friend and role model. These positive relationships enable the mentors to help their little brothers and sisters to broaden their interests, cope with identity issues, improve self-esteem and develop school and career goals.
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