Work

Giving At-Risk Men a Second Chance

Sharp

"As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another"
- Proverbs 27:17

The Problem

Once a child in foster care turns 18, they are removed from the foster care system. Young men who have gone from home to home, parent to parent, are expected to enter the working world with the skills one needs to hold a job, keep up with rent, and remain independent. But that rarely ends up being the case. Many young men end up broke, homeless, and angry at the world...

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Work Sharp's Solution

The Work Sharp program is dedicated to serving the transition from foster care to adulthood. Our goal is to help young men (18-25) transition into society as a stable contributor, being able to hold a job, live on their own, and give back to their community. We offer a group home setting with one to one mentoring, psychological counseling, and attainable goals that focuses on Workforce Development, Physical & Mental Health, & Spiritual Development.

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What We Offer

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Mentoring

Campus environment that models and teaches respect, active listening, conflict resolution, and professionalism.

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Workforce Development

On-site development and education delivering marketable skills in maintenance, landscaping, culinary arts, hospitality, guest services and other areas.

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Physical & Mental Growth

Daily workouts and intentional education that focuses on health in body, mind, and spirit.

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Spiritual Formation

Daily devotion opportunities through chapel services, bible studies, and spiritual mentoring.

For More Information, Contact:

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Are you 18-25 in New York and need assistance?