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We Help High School Teens Develop The 10 Power Skills Needed To Get Ahead In Life That Colleges & Employers Look For In Students But Aren't Being Taught In School

In 10 Weeks from Home Teens Raise Awareness for A Nonprofit In Your Community Working Virtually With Our Success Mentors And While Doing This Develop Real World Skills & A New Sense Of Confidence!

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How to Stand Out in Under 10-Weeks Outline
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Tools and finding your cause or nonprofit 

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Selling Your Personal Story & Nonprofits 

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Cleanup & Make Your Digital Footprint Pop
Get Them Prepared
This is a 10-week transformational experience that is guaranteed to prepare our teens for the future, unlike any other program. By the end of 10-weeks, your teen will have collected letters of recommendation, have a completed resume, and a rough draft completed of their college personal statement (college essay)

Completion of this program will make any teen standout on a college application and give a teen a competitive advantage when interviewing for their career in the future. Teens can also potentially receive community service hours for High School graduation and/or the National Honor Society requirements. 

But it does something even greater. 

Not only will your teen feel fulfilled helping drive awareness for a nonprofit or social cause they’re passionate about, but they’ll actually be gaining real-life skills that will open up doors of opportunity today, tomorrow, and forever by following this simple outline. 
Build The 6 C's
  • Confidence
  • Competence
  • Connection 
  • Character
  • ​Caring/Compassion
  • ​Contribution


We Help High School Teens Develop The 10 Power Skills  That Colleges & Employers Look For In Students But Aren't Being Taught In School

In 10 Weeks from Home Your Teen Will Raise Awareness for A Nonprofit In Your Community Working Virtually With Our Success Mentors And While Doing This Develop Real World Skills & A New Sense Of Confidence!
The Real Story
Let me take a moment to introduce why we created Help A Teen. 
My partner Owen Soba is a retired Instructor and NYPD Cyber Crimes Officer whose seen a lot online. He's also a husband and father of 4 amazing teenagers. 
My name is Mike Kawula and my wife and I have 3 awesome teens. I worked on Wall Street for 10 Years and have been a tech entrepreneur for the last 20 years. 
Like you, we've heard everyone say schools aren't teaching our kids the skills needed today to get ahead tomorrow. 
Regardless if your teen does well academically or not, different skills are needed today outside of academics to take advantage of life's opportunities. 
Fed up that nothing was being done in 2013, I began interviewing hundreds of Deans of Admissions, CEO's, HR Executives, Adolescent Psychologists, Teachers and Coaches to see what they felt was missing in education to help today's teens. 

All their amazing feedback helped us start to put together a nationwide program.

During this same time, the use of technology (mobile devices) was also beginning to explode among our youth. And while many complain about it, the numbers continued to increase to over 90% of all teens now using mobile devices regularly. 

Technology can either hurt or help our future and since no one was doing a thing about this (other than complaining) we did.
Thus that is how Help A Teen was created and our nationwide 10 Week program called Go! Be The One was formed. 

It helps teens today develop these 10 power skills not taught in school by helping a nonprofit in your community that your teen will pick while using the device they love (continue scrolling to learn more about how we do this).  
Provide Them The Tools
During this 10-week experience, teens will be introduced to tools they’ll use forever that 99.9% aren’t using currently (but should be). 

Teens will learn how to create time-blocks using a calendar so that time is managed versus the alternative of missing deadlines or forgetting tasks that need to be done.  

Additionally, in week one, we will review how to use a project management tool. 

Learning how to use a tool like this will help tremendously when adjusting to the demands of college in the future and heck, even High School today.

Week one, we introduce journaling to our students and send each a copy of our favorite. The top performers, best world-class leaders, and most successful individuals have this one habit in common. 

These are just a few of the many tools teens will master in 10-weeks.
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The Resume
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The application process for college or a job is stressful enough. 

Worrying about completing a resume shouldn’t add to this. 

Studies have shown that creating a resume is voted more stressful than creating a will or doing our taxes. 

Teens have plenty of information to start a resume, even with a limited work history. 

By the end of week-10, we’ll have version one of a resume completed. 

We’ll highlight this program to stand out on a resume, while also including other volunteering, hobbies, activities at school, academic awards, and other accomplishments.

Teens that have a resume completed will stand out compared to those that don’t, and now you won’t have to stress over doing this yourself!
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Why Help A Nonprofit
During this 10-week experience your teen will work with our success mentors and pick a cause or nonprofit they'd like to raise awareness for in your community. This is fun for many teens and it's fun to watch them be competitive with other teens around the country when they share their wins each week with one another. 

In many states that require community service hours for high school graduation, this can potentially count for those service hours, while your teen is also gaining new life skills used in the real world.

We've found it's important that your teen picks a nonprofit or cause they're passionate about because they'll want to learn how best to help raise awareness for that cause when it's something they're passionate about. 

During these 10 weeks each new skill is applied to helping raise awareness for the cause they pick and we tie it back to how your teen will use this skill themselves in life. 

When you serve a cause bigger than yourself to make a positive difference, you also end up serving yourself also!
According to Kaplan, volunteering may not increase your SAT or ACT scores or boost your GPA, but it can provide you with the competitive edge you need in the college admissions process and help you stand out among other applicants. 

Here are four ways volunteering helps: 
  • Gain Experience
  • Boost Leadership Skills
  • ​Gain Scholarships
  • ​Personal Enhancement
University of Pennsylvania Scholarly Commons shared teenagers who volunteer helping nonprofits have better grades, a higher self-image, positive behavior & a sense of purpose
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Go! Be The One 10 Week Outline
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Below is a rough outline of what the 10 Week Experience looks like for your Teen as an INSIDER within Go! Be The One

Once your Teen becomes an Insider they'll receive a message from their personally assigned Success Mentor who will assist them throughout the 10 weeks. They'll also receive access to a private portal for training and a schedule of the virtual office hours. The hours are flexible to meet today's busy teens schedule. 

Though this is a 10 week experience, teens can take a pause between weeks or take additional time between weeks to complete tasks. 

Typically teens should set aside 30 minutes a day. There's video learning for each week, time needed to complete tasks and finally there are virtual office hours with their success mentor that they're encouraged to join during the week.
  • ​Week 1: Time Management - Calendar & Project Management Tool Setup - Journal Arrives In Your Mail. Introduction to Causes & Nonprofits
  • ​Week 2: How to find & share your personal story. Career & Personality Assessment Review. Picking & reviewing Nonprofits Story
  • ​Week 3: Impression Management, Online Safety & Your Digital Footprint Review & Cleanup. Review Nonprofits Digital Footprint
  • Week 4: ​Active Listening & Interviewing Skills. Interview the Nonprofit (or those assisting) virtually to find a story
  • ​Week 5: Regain Creativity, The Art of Selling & Promoting Your Story. Work with your success mentor to promote your nonprofits story
  • ​Week 6: Enhance Verbal & Nonverbal Communication Skills while reaching out virtually to the local media for the Nonprofit. 
  • ​Week 7: Networking Skills and learning how to collaborate with influencers & businesses locally. Community Outreach for the Nonprofit.
  • ​Week 8: Implement the Law of Proximity and build decision maker relationships. Business Community Outreach for Nonprofit.
  • ​Week 9: Persuasion, Effective Copywriting, Digital Resume & Messaging in a Digital World. Messaging for Nonprofit. 
  • ​Week 10: Finding Positive Mentors In Life, Teamwork and Financial Mentoring. Present virtually to Nonprofit &/Or Success Mentor. 
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Additional Benefits...
Each week while your teen is assisting the nonprofit they pick, they'll also be completing other requirements all High School students need to do between 9th - 12th grade. 

Additional High School Requirements Completed During The Program: 
  • Complete A High School Brag Sheet
  • Collect Letters of Recommendation
  • ​Create A One of A Kind Resume (even in 9th Grade)
  • ​Gain Potential Community Service Hours
Teens Develop The 6C's
  • Confidence
  • Competence
  • Connection 
  • Character
  • ​Caring/Compassion
  • ​Contribution
Closing Thoughts Parent to Parent
Has your teen ever shared with you something they've learned from someone else that you've told them a gazillion times but it took someone else saying it?

I know I have and when speaking to other parents around the country regularly I hear this over and over. 

Some of what's in our program I'm sure you've shared with your teen before, this time though coming from someone else, hopefully it sticks. 

But at the end of the day, as long as we're setting them up to stand strongly on their own two feet when they're off on their own, I don't think we care who they learn it from.

Go! Be The One is fun and your teen will be helping your community learn about a nonprofit they care about, while learning 10 skills that regardless of how they do academically will help them in life guaranteed! 

Speaking of 'guarantee'...

As a parent I know when I invest in my children, I want to feel confident they get a return.

That's why I made sure to offer a 100% money back guarantee. 

If your teen attends regular virtual office hours with their success mentor and apply themselves to the entire Go! Be The One experience, if at the end you feel they didn't gain skills they'll use to get ahead in life, then you will receive a full refund!

I know what we've created will add value, inspire and motivate your teen to chase life's opportunities with a new sense of excitement. 

If you have questions please feel free to contact us and we'll be happy to jump on a call. Otherwise, if your ready for your teen to become an Insider in Go! Be The One just click here now

I wish your teen tremendous happiness and success in life and believe they can truly GO! BE THE ONE  that achieves whatever their heart desires. 

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