Youth Community Project Team (YCPT)
The Youth Community Project Team (YCPT) is a group of local high school students committed to preventing and ending domestic violence, sexual assault, and relationship abuse, and creating a violence-free society. We educate ourselves, our peers and our community about abuse and healthy relationships through weekly discussions and outreach projects that we design and implement ourselves. Our work to engage our peers and our greater Asian American community also hones our team-building, leadership and advocacy skills. YCPT a program of the Korean American Family Service Center (KAFSC).
YCPT participates in the Presidential Service Award, a national volunteer service program (www.presidentialserviceawards.gov). Students will receive recognition from the US government for their service if they complete the required amount of service hours:
|Teens (11–15)||50 – 74||75 – 99||100 +|
|Young Adults (16-25)||100 – 174||175 – 249||250 +|
YCPT meets every Friday from 5pm – 7:30pm in Flushing. Students must be attending High School to be a part of YCPT. Both students and parents will be screened through an in-house interview with the Youth Program Coordinator.
For information or to apply, please contact:
Lydia at 718.460.3801 ext. 19 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for a great year! - H.J., Senior
We don’t do this to look good. We do this because we all want to make a change in this community. We do this because we love our community and we want it to be better. - K.A., Junior
YCPT for me has been a “second home”, where I have gotten to know many people I would have never met. I have formed meaningful relationships with many people and made new friends. - Y.K., Junior