Summer Bridge Program to be held in June
An exciting transitional program will be held at Euclid High School this summer for incoming 8th and 9th grade students. The Summer Bridge Program is designed to equip youth with study skills, life skills, career exploration, college tours, leadership development and more. Lunch will be provided for all youth attending the program. Making A Difference Consulting in collaboration with Euclid City Schools was awarded a grant through MyCom and Starting Point to provide the program. Spaces will be limited to 50 youth per session on a first come first serve basis. An application and consent forms are required to register.
Session 1: June 6-June 9 and June 13-june 16
Session 2: June 20-June 23 and June 27-june 30
Program runs at Euclid high School (711 E. 222nd Street from 9am-1pm)
For more information contact Angela flowers (216) 394-3012
Applications can be mailed:
c/o Summer Bridge to P.O. Box 17442 Euclid, oh 44117;
faxed to 1-800-424-0182;
scanned to email@example.com
Angela C. Flowers is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) in the State of Ohio, community activist, author, life coach, motivational speaker, grant writer, and program developer. She speaks and facilitates conversations with children and teens on topics that include self-esteem, bullying, suicide, depression, sexual abuse, and witnessing violence. Ms. Flowers was recently selected by the Sundt Memorial Foundation as the 2009 Educator of the Year for implementation of the "Natural High" program at Euclid High School. In 2008, Ms. Flowers was selected as the Miller Urban Entrepreneurial Series (MUES) business plan competition winner and was awarded a monetary gift. In her spare time, Ms. Flowers gives back to the community through volunteering at various youth programs and hosting an annual summer camp for girls in collaboration with the Otis Moss Jr. Medical Center of University Hospitals. Ms. Flowers is an entrepreneur, co-founder of Making A Difference Consulting. Ms. Flowers received her M.S. in Social Administration from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University and B.S. in Psychology from John Carroll University. Ms. Flowers is a current board member for DeZine for Success, a youth entrepreneurship program, past board member for the Euclid YMCA of Greater Cleveland and has served as a planning committee member for Scenarios USA, a national organization that allows youth to participate in a film-making competition based on current societal issues.