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Success Week


Young Black Think Tank

Tuesday 4/23 & Thursday 4/25

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Young Black Think Tank

Join us for an empowering open discussion series tailored for high school students, where we delve into shared experiences and foster growth in a safe and supportive environment. 

What to Expect:

Guided by graduates who once walked the same path, the AAAMotivated's Legacy Alumni Network leads this impactful event. Our goal is to empower young leaders, providing them with the skills necessary for lifelong success. Together, we navigate through topics such as mental and behavioral health, life skills, financial literacy, academic achievement, and the realities of young adulthood.


Why Attend?

  • Engage in meaningful discussions led by young Black experts.

  • Explore pressing topics identified by our youth.

  • Cultivate vital skills for personal and academic success.

  • Amplify and empower the youth voice.


Don't miss this opportunity to connect, learn, and grow. Let's build a community where Black student success is celebrated and supported. Register here today. See you there!

6:00 pm | Group Session
7:00 pm | Choose Your Workshop

  • Leadership
    Recognizes students who demonstrate an intangible quality that uplifts their community and is engaged in various leadership and/or civic activities in his/her school, church, or community.
  • Community Engagement
    Recognizes students who have contributed to the community via service projects and engagement.
  • Fine Arts/ Talent
    Recognizes students who have made a contribution to the visual / graphics and performing arts in his/her school and/or community. This category includes fine arts such as painting, sculpture, architecture, music, and poetry, as well as performing arts such as theater and dance, videography, photography, and graphic and web design.
  • Cultural Consciousness
    Recognizes students who have successfully participated in programs or activities designed to bring about cultural awareness and pride.
  • Student Athlete
    Recognizes students who have demonstrated excellence in sportsmanship via participation in organized youth sports programs.
  • Academics (3.0)
    Recognizes students who have demonstrated excellence in academics by achieving and maintaining a minimum 3.0 grade point average for Fall 2023-2024 Semester.
  • Academic Improvement (2.0)
    Recognizes the drive and determination needed to improve one’s academic experience and recognizes the students who have demonstrated resilience, growth and commitment to higher academic performance. Students nominated in this category show progress improvement in at least one academic area.

Empowering young leaders to navigate the world with confidence and contribute meaningfully to society

​​We invite you to DONATE to our program, which allows us to present scholarships, book awards, and additional programming for our students. Your support is key to the success of our movement of Black Student Success. Donations are greatly appreciated and accepted via our IMPACT Youth Leadership Development program fiscal 501c(3) non-profit sponsor, Project Sankofa EIN: 85-3716648.


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