The program also includes after-school sports programming, delivered by WSC, designed to reinforce these social-cognitive skills and encourage program participation through weekly sessions. Youth Guidance currently operates B.A.M. in 17 Chicago Public Schools and serves about 600 youth.
To learn more about B.A.M. – Sports Edition or additional outcomes-driven, school-based programs from Youth Guidance, visit www.youth-guidance.org or www.facebook.com/youthguidance.chicago . For more information on World Sport Chicago, please visit www.worldsportchicago.org or call (312) 861-4850.
About Youth Guidance
Founded in 1924, Youth Guidance is a leading provider of outcomes-driven, school-based programs and capacity-building initiatives, serving more than 14,000 at-risk youth in 70 Chicago Public and charter schools. Each Youth Guidance program has been strategically developed to address a community need that falls within one of three specific program delivery areas: Community & After-School, Counseling & Prevention and Youth Workforce Development. Ninety percent of students served are low income, and more than 95% are African American and Hispanic/Latino.About World Sport Chicago World Sport Chicago (WSC) is an independent, non-profit organization that promotes positive values, leadership and fun through sport. The organization delivers tools and resources aimed at creating safe and enriching sport recreation environments. Through partnerships and collaborations, WSC empowers youth in at-risk, underserved communities as well as individuals with physical and visual disabilities. WSC was started as the legacy organization of Chicago's bid for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games and is recognized as a Community Olympic Development Program partner and the co-founder of the Chicago Paralympic Development Program. For more, visit http://www.worldsportchicago.org or contact Jason Eby at (312) 861-4843, email@example.com. SOURCE Youth Guidance