Youth Empowered to Prosper News
May Edition
Mental Health Awareness &
Trauma-Informed Care Month
Get your Green On is a campaign in honor of Mental Health Awareness and Trauma-Informed Care. Green is the national color for mental health awareness. The campaign aims to raise awareness by creating visible support and fostering safe spaces to talk openly about behavioral health and trauma.

Show your support--wear green for mental health on May 20th!
Happy Mother's Day!
How can we celebrate mothers and mother figures differently in 2021?
  • Most moms simply wish to connect with their children and spend time with family in any way possible—if not in person, then with a phone call or video chat!
  • If your mom is at home, give her a day off from any family chores, especially during this difficult time. Someone else can take full responsibility for making or serving the food, clearing and cleaning the dishes, and doing the laundry. 
  • A simple "I love you" and "Thank you Mom" goes a long way!
Lost Tree Foundation,
thank you for your generous grant!
We are going to make some amazing and needed changes to the building,
thanks to your help!
We are now accepting applications for the internship program. 
 
Undergraduate students interested in program planning, communications, marketing and social media along with a passion for youth issues and a desire to learn more about this field are encouraged to apply.
 
Internships are paid a monthly stipend. To apply, please email resume and cover letter expressing your interest to info@ye2p.org.
Would you like to serve on a YEP Committee?
Mini Grant Showcase Featured on BeWell
The Future Leaders Prep Course is designed for youth ages 14 to22 in PBC to learn about leadership development, financial awareness, and job preparedness.

During the last session, the youth learned about entrepreneurship, that is, how to transform their passions into a business idea.

What's coming up? Looking forward to activating the youths' career destiny, and preparing for an internship or a job opportunity.
Young Women Who Win's
Closing Ceremony is coming up to
Celebrate Mentee-Mentor Matches
April...New Mentorship Matches!
YEP is Grateful to our Newest Mentors
Miss Laura is the founder of a nonprofit in Atlanta called Discovering your Purpose and she’s excited to mentor Lourdes. Lourdes’ favorite subject in school is science and her dream career is to be a registered nurse; she loves to dance, draw, and she loves Haitian spaghetti.

Miss Bhebe is a wonderful teacher at Santaluces Community High School with a heart for racial equity. Ms. Bhebe's mentee, Inkar speaks Russian, Kazakh, and a little bit of Spanish. Her dream job is to become a pilot and her favorite subject in school is math. She loves dumplings and has a heart to help others.
Would you like to pay it forward?

*Make a Donation

*Volunteer on a Committee

*Become a Mentor


*Like & follow YEP on social media

Thank you for your support!
Youth Empowered to Prosper (YEP)
info@ye2p.org, 561.720.2492
1104 N Dixie Hwy, Lake Worth, FL 33460