The SCL Foundation has a variety of outreach directives. There are three (3) levels and ten (10) programs. A brief description is provided for each below.
This program offers an opportunity for college grads to get prepared for the job market and know how to conduct themselves in job searches. It provides training in the skill of business etiquette including “real life” business conduct.
Eligible persons are: college students in the last year of school, or recent graduates. Length; 4 week course
Kingian Conflict Reconciliation
Eligible Persons: Upon recommendation of organizations requesting this service. Must have a minimum of 10 participants per class.
Length: Basic Class (4 sessions) Intermediate (2 sessions) Advance (2 sessions)
Human Trafficking Initiative
The mission with this particular program is to educate our communities on this crime, help pinpoint victims that may be involved, and provide safe and necessary steps needed to lead victims to safety.
Sister Phi Sister
If you answered yes to either of these questions then you know or is a perfect candidate for this program. The purpose of this program to provide mentoring support to these new mothers by partnering them with women that had children in their teens and can provide guides.
Length: the mentorship will last the first two years of the child’s life including the pregnancy period. Eligible: first time teen mothers Mentors: Women who had babies in their teens Referrals: Teen mothers can be referred by their church, school, outreach organizations and themselves.
Youth Street Team
Through this program we develop a group of intelligent youth to utilize their skills through assisting and giving back to their community. The end product are solid and efficient youth.
Eligible: youth from the communities and other SCL Foundation programs Length: ongoing
Silence Is Sinful HIV/AIDS Initiative
We currently are in partnership with “Act Against AIDS Leadership Initiative (AAALI) through the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide a wider outreach into the community.
Health Wellness Initiative
These fairs center on health disparities for people of color across the countries. It includes but limited to health screenings for varies top ten diseases affect people of color and disadvantaged communities.
The basis of which is to blend generations, ensure meaningful communications and positive growth and development among youth and seniors within respective communities. The youth will experience enhanced character and leadership skills as a result of the year’s activities.