Legacy Program

What is the Legacy Program?
The intent of the Legacy Program is two-fold. Legacy is designed to provide Middle School students with a safe community of peers, an introduction to community service and leadership skill development with exposure to caring adults who will develop mentor relationships with each student. As the students move through the program and enter High School, the program intensifies into Legacy Leaders as High School students become mentors to Legacy students. The Legacy Leaders will ultimately plan, organize, and help the Legacy participants by working together to create meaningful, lasting, community service projects. Additionally, Legacy Leaders will develop a philanthropic strategy to help fund a yearly community project.

LEGACY (
MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS)
“Making a Difference Today”
  • Friday night socials at the Y
  • Quarterly meeting to discuss community service
  • Two community projects a year
  • Leadership training
  • Team building activities
LEGACY LEADERS (HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS)
“Building a Better Tomorrow”
  • Weekly entrepreneurial skill building
  • Monthly meeting with team building activities
  • One Community fundraiser each year
  • Leadership Training in the following areas:
    • Building a Strong Self
    • Relationships and Communication
    • Ethics of Service
    • Pay It Forward
    • Goal Setting and Action Plan

YMCA Legacy Program Quick Facts
When: Fridays
Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Where: M-I YMCA (301 S. Main Street, Independence)
Who: Central School District Middle School Students
Cost: Price varies depending on the scheduled program.
UPCOMING EVENTS:

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