Giving Them a Head Start on the Road to Independence
Workshops that Equip Teens And Encourage The Adults Who Support Them
- Make a strong first impression
- Communicate effectively in any situation
- Harness the power of your own brand
- Network, engage and build connections with employers, coworkers, and classmates
- Receive and give feedback in a productive way
- Become more resilient by learning to pick yourself up after failure
- Learn to better manage time, stress, and overwhelm
- Handle complex real-life and work situations and decision making
- Learn practical skills to become more self-sufficient
- Understand and capitalize on your personal strengths
Join Us in Our Mission
Imagine how proud you’ll be when you watch your child gain the skills, they need to be successful in the real world. No more worrying about whether they have what it takes to make it as an adult. Now you’ll both have confidence.
Imagine the head start this will give them on their journey to independence. They will learn essential skills they can carry with them for decades.
Thank You To Our Supporters
Here's What People are Saying:
"It taught me many skills that were very useful, some of which I didn’t even know I had to be aware of. I really enjoyed cooking. I didn’t know good food could be so simple."
Sarah, BMore Student
“I loved it. My daughter who’s a sophomore in HS absolutely enjoyed it. She’s at that age where confidence and self-awareness are a little hard for her, and that group in one session did such an amazing thing that she’s looking forward to the next one….The whole program was fun, even the adult segment was amazing!”
"As a counselor we see many students reach their senior year lacking life and personal skills. That is where BMore steps in! The BMore event hosted at DHS is needed to fill the void of knowledge, skills, and tools that high schoolers and their parents need to succeed in the long term, especially during their transition to adulthood. Not only did students receive hands-on guidance and knowledge from money management and learning how to come back from failure to basic car maintenance, but their parents were able to learn from community leaders and school officials what tools are needed to be successful outside of high school."
Lindsay Carlson, DHS Counselor
"You have to let kids fail. It is where learning takes place, in the pain. It's better that they experience that first while living at home, rather than when they are out on their own for the first time.”
Lynn, BMore Mom
“This is a great program, and I really enjoyed attending the sessions. Wishing you the best. Once my other 2 sons are old enough to attend this program, I will definitely return.”
Bernarda - BMore Mom
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