In the wake of a changing world, the Casa Grande Alliance is launching a Youth Alliance. The goal of the Youth Alliance is to create a space for young leaders to advocate for issues that directly affect them and their peers. The hope is that it will consist of at least two students from middle and high schools, that will develop and strengthen leadership skills while working on projects to benefit our community. For questions, please email email@example.com.
Application Deadline Extended to June 5.
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In the wake of a changing world, the Casa Grande Alliance is launching a youth Alliance. The goal of the Youth Alliance is to create a space for young leaders to advocate for issues that directly affect them and their peers. We hope to attract at least two students from area middle and high schools, who will work
Creating Peer to Peer Networks - 400,000 active members; Thousands of active chapters; Millions of successful alumni
Opening life-saving lines of communication.
Resources to have tough conversations; Research on parent-teen relations.
Activating changemakers - Law Enforcement, Media, Policy Makers, Educators, Health Care Professionals, and more!
Serve peers, school, community -
Volunteer mobilization, project management, organizational skills; publishing; speaking, leading
HELP WANTED: Youth that want to make a difference in their community, want to sharpen their leadership skills, and want to become an important part of the newest youth leadership team in Casa Grande! Call (520) 836-5022 to learn more!
All across the nation, young people are taking their lives and their futures into their own hands, and not letting themselves be negatively influenced by others who may not have their best interests in mind.
Best of all, young people are finding out that they really aren’t sacrificing anything by staying away from the traditional “party scene.” Instead they are finding themselves surrounded by others who feel exactly the same way they do. Not only that, they are finding that SADD members also possess a natural tendency to accept people simply for being who they are. No “power struggles,” no “put downs,” none of the little “games” that some people play. In the end, that is what seems to make SADD such a special organization.
National SADD changed its name to Students Against Destructive Decisions in 1997. This coincided with a fundamental change in the minds of young people across the nation at the time. We all seemed to know that “Students Against Driving Drunk” didn’t quite work to reflect what the organization had come to mean to SADD students. When we saw the new name, it was like, “That’s it! Exactly!”
SADD is more of an overall attitude. It is a much bigger, broader thing that is hard to quantify. What SADD is all about is self-esteem. It is as simple as that – self-esteem. Why? Because, for everyone, it feels good to make the decisions that you know in your heart are right,. SADD proves that we are not alone.
That leads us to where we are now. We are now “SADD Casa Grande,” a network of chapters in our community. The reasons should be pretty obvious by now. We are adding new and innovative programs, and SADD members will be having new expierences and will be learning new skills tht will contribute to building successful lives1
As the Casa Grande Alliance, it is an honor for us to do our best to keep SADD current and an important part of the lives of the students and communities we serve. Through SADD, we are empowering our youth to make positive change in the world, one decision at a time!