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10 Things Every Young Man Should Know

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Do you know a young man who could benefit from learning valuable skills that will make him a well-rounded individual?


If so, “10 Things Every Young Man Should Know” is the perfect program! This 12-week program for young men ages 14-18 is strategically designed to teach them basic life skills as they transition from adolescence into adulthood.

WEDNESDAYS, March 8-May 24, 2017, 6:30-9 PM

Seat Pleasant Activity Center
5720 Addison Road
Seat Pleasant, MD 20743
SMARTlink #1666968

Topics in the 12-Week Session
 3/8/17   Introductory Session (Parents and guardians are encouraged to attend.)
 3/15/17  How To Prepare for The Workforce
 3/22/17  How To Maintain A Car
 3/29/17  How To Stay Healthy
 4/5/17  How To Make A Difference
 4/12/17  How To Have Healthy Relationships
 4/19/17  How To Handle Finances
 4/26/17  How To Make A Robot (STEM)
 5/3/17  How To Interact With Law Enforcement
 5/10/17  How To Cook A Meal
 5/17/17  How To Be A Leader
 5/24/17  Closing Session (Evaluation Session: Parents and guardians are strongly encouraged to attend)

THURSDAYS, March 2-May 18, 2017, 6:30-9 pm

Glassmanor Community Center
1101 Marcy Avenue
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
SMARTlink #1667297

Topics in the 12-Week Session
 3/2/17   Introductory Session (Parents and guardians are encouraged to attend.)
 3/9/17  How To Prepare For The Workforce
 3/16/17
 How To Maintain A Car
 3/23/17  How To Stay Healthy
 3/30/17  How To Make A Difference
 4/6/17  How To Have Healthy Relationships
 4/13/17  How To Handle Finances
 4/20/17  How To Make A Robot (STEM)
 4/27/17  How To Interact With Law Enforcement
 5/4/17  How To Cook A Meal
 5/11/17  How To Be A Leader
 5/18/17  Closing Session (Evaluation Session: Parents and guardians are strongly encouraged to attend)

*Attending all 12 sessions is not mandatory, but is strongly encouraged. Don't miss out on these educational and empowering sessions. Family and parents are permitted to stay at each session. Dinner will be provided at each session.

PARTICIPATION CRITERIA

All participants must have an M-NCPPC Youth ID. Create your FREE Youth ID at any local M-NCPPC Community Center or online at the PG Parks site.

Read the attached commitment letter and print it out. Please bring your signed commitment letter to the first session.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Please contact Natalie Smart at 301-464-1738, or Natalie.Smart@pgparks.com.