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HRAP’s track record of building partnerships in the community in a short period of time; coupled with the organizations’ connections to individuals, consultants and affiliations in the HR profession, uniquely positions HRAP to structure and deliver competency based training to our population.
SASHA BRUCE YOUTHBUILD

In a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), HRAP completed a series of six weeks of training SBYB Students: Anger Management, Stress Management, Conflict Resolution, Critical Thinking, Interviewing strategies, and Presentation Skills. Students were between ages 18-24 and unemployed. This training is part of their initial phase to determine if they have the motivation, desire and drive to advance to the next level of training.  Like HRAP, Sasha Bruce Youth-work (SBY) improves the lives of homeless, runaway, abused and neglected youth and their families in the Washington DC area.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

HRAP, Inc. conducted Training Workshops to participating youths. Total estimated youths present: 2,500. This training was conducted on May 1, 2015. Currently, we are working with DOES as a partnering organization in support of their many youth development programs by providing training in support of their initiatives. The Mayor Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is a locally funded initiative sponsored by the Department of Employment Services (DOES) that provides District youth ages 14 to 24 with enriching and constructive summer work experiences through subsidized placements in the private and government sectors.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA YOUTH CHALLENGE PROGRAM

This partnership provides monthly training with graduating students from the DCNG YCP. This training goes beyond the traditional resume and interviewing techniques. Students are between the ages of 16-18 and who are seeking to complete their High School – GED.  The District of Columbia National Guard Youth ChalleNGe goals and are to provide opportunities to District of Columbia youth who are high school dropouts or students between the age of sixteen to eighteen who are failing in their academic studies. Through the Civilian Youth Opportunities Program and other Department of Defense programs, the Foundation will provide each youth with the opportunity for growth, self-improvement and academic achievement through a high school diploma.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ANACOSTIA PUBLIC LIBRARY

HRAP has a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Anacostia Public Library where we teach the HRAP program to students between the ages of 17-24on Mondays and Wednesdays. Currently, this class has 5 students. This program will unfold a series of classes beginning with HR and then following up with Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Professional Social Skills.

DC DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION (DPR ) – BARRY FARM RECREATION CENTER

HRAP has an agreement with DC Department of Parks and Recreation: Barry Farms Recreation Center to conduct training on Saturday’s to students between the ages of 18-24. Currently, HRAP is teaching their program to two students; ages 18 and 19. This program will unfold a series of classes beginning with HR and then following up with Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Professional Social Skills.

ANACOSTIA SR. HIGH SCHOOL

At Anacostia Senior High School, students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement course work and exams. The AP participation rate at Anacostia Senior High School is 37 percent. The student body makeup is 50 percent male and 50 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 100 percent. Anacostia Senior High School is 1 of 18 high schols in the District of Columbia Public Schools and located within our area of opertions.
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