Introducing the Next Generation
Youth Bring Your ‘A’ Game Curriculum!
We’re excited to announce the launch of our NEW youth curriculum guide and participant workbooks. The new curriculum includes:
- A new, modern look and a design that makes the curriculum easier to facilitate
- 65 experiential activities – with NEW activities, that include relevant topics such as social media, appropriate use of technology, diversity, and virtual workplaces
- Exercises specifically designed with context and examples for youth from ages 14-18
The curriculum has been redesigned, but keeps the experiential learning, peer-to-peer interaction and flexible delivery that makes Bring Your ‘A’ Game the gold standard in workplace skill development!
Join one of our LIVE informational webinars!
These webinars will be hosted by Josh Davies, CEO of The Center for Work Ethic Development. During the webinars, Josh will discuss the next generation of the youth curriculum and be available to answer any questions.
Monday, March 20, 2023 at 9 AM (MST) CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Monday, March 27, 2023 at 2 PM (MST) CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Bring Your ‘A’ Game for Educators is:
- Fully Customizable and interactive
- Includes 65 modular experiential activities so that each trainer can focus on just the content that is most relevant to participant’s needs
- With more than 50 hours of content, organizations can choose any length of training, from a 30-minute introduction to integration over an entire year of training
- Following completion, participants are eligible to earn their Certificate of Work Ethic Proficiency by demonstrating mastery through our online assessment
63,934 Youth Trained to Date!
What Our Participants Say
“(I) just completed the online Trainer webinar. This is the best organized training package ever. I have not had the experience of being trained by someone on how to use the program from a trainers perspective!”
Imagine Your Students Having the Opportunity to Build:
Enthusiasm and passion
Show up when scheduled
Go beyond expectations
Adhere to policies and rules