The UCMIT Foundation builds relationships with communities and youth by adopting the five areas of development: Working, Learning, Thriving, Connecting, and Leading. UCMIT Foundation's youth development and youth leadership programs focuses on building on each youth’s capabilities and strengths and addressing a full range of developmental needs. UCMIT Foundation's youth leadership program places an additional emphasis on specific components central to leadership development. At the UCMIT Foundation, we believe that the key components of youth development and leadership programs are vital when preparing youth to meet the challenges of adolescence and adulthood. Thus, we encourage each participant in our program to embody our core values of Unity, Character, Motivation, Integrity, and Trust in their daily lives. The practices and characteristics of the UCMIT Foundation program helps to equip the youth and the emerging workforce of today, to become the leaders of tomorrow.
To advance our mission we partner with community organizations, schools, and volunteers to establish structured youth development and leadership programs that provides the following services:
Career Planning Classes
Wellness and Fitness Classes
Public Speaking Workshops
The UCMIT Foundation offers youth and young adults early introduction and training in various careers fields many of which are in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).In addition to offering STEM career training, UCMIT offers early introduction and training in other fields such as legal, finance, business, and the performing arts. The UCMIT Foundation believes that our youth development and youth leadership programs should accomplish the following:
The UCMIT Foundation enforces our beliefs by establishing clearly defined goals and expectations related to the development of youth by employing youth development-friendly staff; keeping the youth engaged and utilizing all resource connected to the community.
Cultivating Future Leaders.
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