Alfred "Coach" Powell

Youth workshops and trainings for people who serve people

Coach Your Students to Succeed in School and Life

Before students can read, write, and compute, they must have the self-discipline, self-esteem, and self-motivation to learn and demonstrate positive behaviors.
No learning can take place without the 3 selfs! Our workshops lay this strong foundation for learning.

Our trainings of trainers are a cost effective way to implement our programs in your school, organization, or church and develop your inner coach. Receive the tools and information you need to confidently:
- Motivate students to learn by a process we call Editude(TM) – education with natural attitude!
- Teach youth self-management skills
- Develop leadership and responsibility in youth

Understand youth from a cultural perspective. Our process bridges the gap between traditional values and youth culture (Hip Hop) so that adults and students learn to communicate and negotiate their needs in more effective ways. As a result, classroom management and academic performance are improved.

We can customize a youth development workshop or program to meet your needs!
Youth Workshops

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. Alcohol prevention, media literacy (9-12)

I Need You to Survive. Violence prevention (K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12)

Hip Hop Hypocrisy. ATOD prevention, symbology, media literacy (6-8, 9-12)

School Is My Job. School readiness, self-management, educational values, student motivation (K-5, 6-8, 9-12)

Bullying. Violence and ATOD prevention with Hip Hop spin (K-5, 6-9, 9-12)

Driving Under the Influence of Hip Hop. ATOD prevention, safety (10-12)

Sexual Abstinence. Self-esteem, STD prevention, celibacy, sex and Hip Hop (8, 9-12)
Professional Development Workshops

School Is My Job. Training of trainers (teachers)

We Need You to Survive. Training of trainers (teachers)

The Down Low and Low Down of Sex in the Hood. Youth sexual behavior, Hip Hop, prison culture, STDs (service providers, teachers, parents, ministers)

From the Halls of Education to the Bars of Incarceration. Student motivation, Hip Hop-prison culture (law enforcement, service providers, teachers, parents, ministers)

The Intoxication of the Hip Hop Generation. ATOD use, Hip Hop, prevention (law enforcement, service providers, teachers, parents, ministers)

The Psychospiritual Nature of Hip Hop. Symbology, Hip Hop (ministers, lay ministers, youth ministers, general public)

Hip Hop @ Work. Communication skills, customer service, youth motivation, work readiness, Hip Hop (service providers, school counselors, supervisors, managers, human resources staff)
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