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The Hope


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The Hope



Omaha LUNCH AND LEARN//RSVP

Friday 7.22.16  12-1:15 PM 

The Hope-Omaha 2200 N 20th St

Our summer Lunch and Learn is right around the corner. Enjoy a
free lunch and get connected with the life-transforming
programs impacting your community!

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Education


Youth and children will graduate from high school with the expectation of pursuing learning opportunities after high school. Hope is learned through education.

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Education


Youth and children will graduate from high school with the expectation of pursuing learning opportunities after high school. Hope is learned through education.

Hope Learning Academy

Youth and children receive help with homework and practice basic skills that support the school day. 

Sparks

A variety of activities are provided weekly to give youth the opportunity to explore their strengths and introduce new talents. 

SPORTS

Children are given the opportunity for daily physical movement and planned group activities to develop team work and healthy competition.

COLLEGE VISITS

Youth participating in the Hope Learning Academy and completing community service hours are eligible to attend in and out-of-state college visits. 

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Employability


 Youth will develop the skills needed to be gainfully employed. Youth will be ready to get and keep a job at completion of their time at Hope.

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Employability


 Youth will develop the skills needed to be gainfully employed. Youth will be ready to get and keep a job at completion of their time at Hope.

 

Employment Academy

Youth in 10-12th grades apply and interview for the Employment Academy.  Year 1 curriculum includes academic success, employability training and small group coaching. Year 2 students continue with the same curriculum with the addition of an internship. Participants receive a $50 weekly stipend for successful participation, support to graduate from high school, skills to get and keep a job and a vision for the future including post-high school education and employment.

Find out more about the Hope Employment and Learning Program here

 

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Collaboration


Partnering with others in the city increases our ability to impact youth in the community. We believe that “one plus one equals three.”

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Collaboration


Partnering with others in the city increases our ability to impact youth in the community. We believe that “one plus one equals three.”

 

Thank you to our 2016
Hope Corporate Community members!

To find out how your partnership can make a lasting impact through Hope Corporate Community download our 2016 HCC Brochure or contact Brenda Block at brenda@hopecenterforkids.com.

 
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Faith


Youth and children will have the opportunity to hear about and grow in the knowledge of God’s love. Faith is the means for lasting transformation.

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Faith


Youth and children will have the opportunity to hear about and grow in the knowledge of God’s love. Faith is the means for lasting transformation.

 

Experiencing God's Love

Through discipleship relationships and Bible studies, youth and children at The Hope Center for Kids learn about God’s love.  Elementary age children are introduced to a new Bible study each week. Middle school and high school youth explore the relevancy of Biblical truths in the challenges they face daily through Bible studies, youth development and Sozo. Sozo is a weekly, high-energy service which includes worship, interactive activities, prayer and more.