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Police and judges refer minor cases to Youth Court. Each neighborhood will have a session that meets monthly. Each youth will be assigned to join an organization, community service, and be introduced to organizations and mentors during the youth court hearing.Learn More
Youth will be focused on their success at home, school, and in the community. CYLAB will work with partners to follow up.Learn More
1. Self Awareness 2. Introduction to teams and group dynamics 3. Conflict resolution; Thomas Killman Conflict Mode Instrument 4. Introduction to public speaking & communication skills 5. Introduction to leadership 6. Leadership styles [DiSC personality profile, Meyers Briggs] 7. Introduction to the United States Constitution 8. Introduction to the Bill of Rights 9. Introduction to Law & Justice 10. Introduction to the State of New Jersey Judiciary and criminal justice system 11. Financial literacy 12. Entrepreneurship 13. Introduction to Sociology: Stratification 14. Introduction to Sociology: Values & Norms 15. Introduction to Poverty in Urban America 16. Community Programs
Elders are similar to board members. They give advice and feedback to teens and guidance to how CYLAB operates. Elders are people that have demonstrated a proven record of success in the community.
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