Teen Achievers Mentoring Program

Lifting Up Future Generations

The Teen Achievers program is for children ages 13 to 18 who are court-ordered juveniles or at-risk students. This program provides the social-emotional support and life skills for children to navigate their challenging circumstances. Activities include character building classes and recreational programs. The positive and supportive environment that PAYC provides its students encourages them to make life-affirming choices and grow spiritually and psychologically. 

History

Teen Achievers is a Positive Attitude Youth Center Program. T. A. M. P. was founded by Pastor Kerry Richmond in 2003. The purpose of this program is to reach out to youth that are affected by high crime rates, low income, single parent households, and dropping out of high school. T. A. M. P. works with various agencies and families to achieve a more positive results in the community. T. A. M. P. serves the Alamance County area.

History

History

Teen Achievers/ T. A. M. P. was founded by Pastor Kerry Richmond in 2003. This program reaches out to the youth that is affected by high crime rates, low income, unstable households, and the temptation of dropping out of high school. T. A. M. P. partners with various local agencies and families to achieve more positive outcomes in Alamance County.

T.A.M.P Weekly Structure

3 times per week

Monday: 5-7pm

Wednesday: 5-7pm

Saturday/ Sunday: 9am-1pm / 3pm-7pm

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  • Conference

  • College Visits

  • Business Visits

  • Movies

  • Bowling

  • Games

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