Tyrant Youth Organization – Organization Summary
Tyrant Youth Organization
Tyrant Youth Organization is a nonprofit agency providing guidance and mentoring programs for troubled youth in the Greater Riverside/Inland Empire area. The program will form partnerships with local school districts, the juvenile court system, armed forces, sports programs, and business training programs.
Tyrant Youth Organization offers youth, that have already been identified as at-risk, an opportunity to work with a caring mentor to improve their ability to develop a positive attitude towards their future. The long-term goal of TYO is to empower the young person to break the habits that are leading to trouble in school and in the streets, and develop alternative perspectives that will allow our youth to be successful.
Our goal is give our affiliate youth the opportunity to succeed in their ambition. Youth are matched with a caring adult volunteer who is trained to focus on positive reinforcement, trust-building, and the achievement of goals, by developing personal qualities, principles , and skills of successful business professionals. Mentors and youth agree to meet for between 10-15 hours per month for a full year.
Ongoing training will continue with mentors on individual case management throughout the year. In addition, Tyrant Youth Org. will have monthly mentor support meetings.
2.1 Start-up Summary
Our start-up expenses come to $8,500, which is mostly stationery, legal costs, and expenses associated with opening our office. We will also need cash to finance the first year of operations. The start-up costs are to be financed by contributions by ten private sponsors. The assumptions are shown in the following table and chart.
Start-up Requirements Start-up Expenses Legal $500 Stationery etc. $200 Brochures $2,000 Consultants $5,000 Insurance $300 Rent $500 Total Start-up Expenses $8,500
- mentoring programs. Business Programs. Sports programs. Resource Programs.
- Job assistance. College assistance. Trade schooling assistance. Transitional assistance. Housing assistance.
- Investment groups.
- Tutoring. Counseling. Guidance Service.
- Legal representation. Legal assistance.
- Probation. Community Service.
- Exercise programs. Health programs.