OVERVIEW

Our core Values

Youth sports

Children’s experiences can have important long-term consequences for their health and wellbeing. One potentially valuable experience is participation in youth sports, which may yield benefits including improved physical health and the development of generalizable skills. In this report, CEA reviews the evidence on access to youth sports and long-term effects of participation. First, we analyze the current state of access to youth sports, noting that girls and children from lower-income families participate at lower rates than those from higher-income families. Second, we review the theoretical mechanisms through which youth sports may improve childhood outcomes, along with some of the evidence on these benefits. Third, we review the literature that addresses concerns about causal inference in the analysis of the relationship between youth sports and outcomes. The estimates from these approaches suggest a positive relationship between participation in youth sports and outcomes. While a full-scale cost-benefit analysis is beyond the scope of this paper, even small investments in this area could have a positive impact. Commonly started and staffed by volunteers, youth sports leagues promote more active lifestyles and facilitate positive mentorship and peer-to-peer relationships that can enhance outcomes later in life.

Health Benefits of Youth Sports

  • Staying physically fit. Kids who play sports are more likely to be fit and in shape.
  • Learning motor skills. …
  • Less likely to be overweight. …
  • Less likely to develop type 2 diabetes. …
  • Kids who play sports are more likely to exercise as adults.

Distinguished Gentlemen Academy

DGA acts as a mentorship program, tutorial assistance, virtual learning center and a physical education program. DGA will seek to reformat youth that are at risk or have the potential to be at risk of unhealthy and unsafe behaviors that could lead them to a life of poor decisions. DGA also seeks to further empower those young men that are on a trajectory path of success. DGA, wants young male children between the ages of 5 to 17, which are deemed as a source of distraction in schools and in communities, as well as those young men that have been identified as being future leaders in the community.

Future Technology Leader Program

To develop communities in a 4-year span, providing access to technology programs for youth and adults in low-income school districts. Our primary focus is on programming, robotics and advanced technologies to prepare and see youth and adults within 3 years see growth in academics and job placement through our concepts, evolving our students for the technology world. We will build self-esteem in use of technology by providing students an environment of peer and team interactive learning, field trips, and partnerships making technology exciting, surrounded by teachers and mentors that are passionately invested in our student’s success .

Developing Future Leaders

Developing Future Leaders is a program, lifestyle and platform that grows into a network that exists to support youth and adults who are striving to reach their potential mentally, physically and vocationally. One goal of this organization is to empower the community and advocate for the ability to be self-proficient and aid in the community in its development, healing and empowerment.