Port Huron, MI — The next generation of community leaders can get a jump start on their future success as Talented Tenth interns. Port Huron’s youth outreach organization, SONS, or Save Our Neighborhoods and Streets, is recruiting for its Talented Tenth Summer Extension Program.
The program is for high school students and is intended to help them develop habits that lead to success in academics, relationships, and spirituality. Community professionals make presentations to the interns and prepare them for leadership.
Like most things in 2020, a Zoom meeting will get things started. The first meeting is Thursday, June 18, at 6:30 p.m. Interns will be involved with weekly training and then take part in a community service project.
Interns will have an opportunity to take part in field trips and gain hands-on experiences. Parents can sign their kids up for the Zoom meeting kick-off by calling 810-334-6710 or sending an email to Tyrone.firstname.lastname@example.org. The program is free to the interns, and space is limited.
Reporting for WGRT – Jennie McClelland