Providing Youth With Vital "Eti-Keys" To Open Doors That Otherwise Would be Closed
Young people are using media technology, including cell phones, personal data assistants, and the Internet, to communicate with others in the United States and throughout the world. While it has its benefits, the CDC says the explosion in communication tools and avenues does not come with possible risks.
As part of its community outreach program, Eti-Keys Founder and President Barbara Bergstrom recently spoke to an enthusiastic audience of 180 foster care students and their caregivers at WOMAMTEC Foundation's Courage to Dream Youth Summit in Orlando. She shared esteem-building and life skills messages from Eti-Keys modules that focused on empowering the attendees to achieve their goals. The WOMAMTEC Foundation provides ongoing resources, tools and contacts designed to help ensure the students are successful. If your youth organization would like to include Eti-Keys on your program, call us at 407-521-8992.
Find out the facts about children age 7 to 18 and how they are coping in today's environment of incivility, bullying and lack of social skills We have a compelling message that professionals, community officials, media, lawyers, business owners, educators, parents and caregivers, human resource administrators, law enforce- ment, faith leaders, and others will want to hear. Contact us at 407-521-8992.
The Woman’s Club of Winter Park, Inc., has presented a generous grant to Eti-Keys Training Group. Established in January 1915, the organization focuses on community outreach that includes charitable giving and scholarships for worthy students, initiatives that reflect the spirit and intent of its founders. Eti-Keys Training Group is a member and will use the funds to further our outreach to youth age 7 to 18 throughout Central Florida. Thank you Woman’s Club of Winter Park!