AROUND THE WORLD

Students begin to develop a global perspective by learning about other countries and cultures. Each day students pick up their passport and travel to another country to learn about that country’s food, culture, geography, and activities. They receive a stamp and their exit visa after reporting what they learned.

For more information please contact charles_masmar@usc.salvationarmy.org

 

YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS

Students spend a week learning all aspects of business, including developing business plans, making pitches to investors, and planning and executing production, resources, and marketing processes. Students are helped along the way by local entrepreneurs and businesses through arranged lessons and field trips.

For more information please contact charles_masmar@usc.salvationarmy.org

 

UNI CULTURAL AND INTENSIVE ENGLISH PROGRAM (CIEP)

UNI CIEP students visit the Family Activity Center to spend time with the students, assist with service projects, and teach lessons about world cultures.

For more information please contact charles_masmar@usc.salvationarmy.org

 

MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

The Family Activity Center offers programs to children ages 6-14 , however many children want to remain active with the Family Activity Center in high school years so the Mentorship Program was created.

Children 15-18 are assigned a Salvation Army staff member as a mentor, provide assistance to Center staff, and aid with programming for the younger students. The Mentorship Program students meet with their mentor to discuss school attendance, grades, set goals, and spend time developing leadership and life skills. The structure of the Mentorship Program gives older students support while engaging them to be an example to younger students, creating a cycle of healthy, positive relationships.

For more information please contact charles_masmar@usc.salvationarmy.org