Teens are likely to experience the approach of a police officer at least once during their teenage years. Whether the experience is negative or positive, they have an opportunity to learn what to do.


Most teens start driving at the age of 15 with a permit. If they make a wrong move, they can get pulled over by an officer of the law. Join us virtually for Teen Talk, this Saturday at 11AM, as Officer Jackson share what to do if you, as a teen, is approached by an officer.

Updated: Sep 29, 2020


Parents! Are you looking for an outlet for your teen? You can sign your them up for Teen Talk, a virtual discussion group for youth. Join us October 10th to help with coping skills, educational highlights, the stress of COVID-19 and missing friends. This platform allows teens to share and learn from their peers and group mentors. Visit our website for more information.




Updated: Sep 29, 2020


Generation Prodigy is so excited to have GirlDads as mentors. Today, we want to celebrate Kevin Lambert, a.k.a. RevKev, for showing up and being present for the students "IMatter" at ACPrep in March. He is a new father to a beautiful baby girl and he was well received into the GP Village!


To every Father that mentors other youth, thank you for your protection and care. To every teen who shares their Father with mentees, thank you for sharing your dad. To every wife who shares your husband, mentoring other children, thank you!


If you haven't already guessed, yes, we love to have GirlDads as mentors. If you are a GirlDad, Mom, Husband or Friend, you can join the GP Family too!



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