Joseph's House INC.
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About Joseph's House INC.
Joseph's House, Inc. is a 501(c)(3), faith-based organization, working primarily with youth, ages 6-18.
JHI primary objective is engaging in community betterment through training; character building, improving self-esteem and self- efficacy
Building, Developing and Empowering Youth to Live Successful Lives.
History and Mission
Joseph’s House, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501C (3) organization , and incorporated October 2004 by Joseph Clark, the current Executive Director. After working for the Birmingham Board of Education for 17 years and serving as youth pastor at his church, Clark noticed a trend among youth in his community. The lack of self- esteem, along with self-destructive habits and an increased high school drop-out rate led him to create Joseph’s House. The programs were created to empower the youth in order to have the students grow to their fullest potential.
About Joseph's House Inc
Project Name: I.N.S.P.I.R.E. Program
History and Mission:
Joseph’s House, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501C (3) organization, and incorporated in October 2004 by Joseph Clark, the current Executive Director. After working for the Birmingham Board of Education for 17 years and serving as a youth pastor at his church, Clark noticed a trend among youth in his community. The lack of self- esteem, along with self-destructive habits and an increased high school drop-out rate led him to create Joseph’s House. The programs were created to empower the youth in order to have the students grow to their fullest potential.
Activities and Services:
Our mission is to empower our youth to become productive citizens in the home, school, and community by being engaged in programs that build character, improve self-esteem, and self-efficacy.
I.N.S.P.I.R.E. is an acronym for Increasing Necessary Skills To Provide Individuals with Resources for Empowerment. I.N.S.P.I.R.E. is a Multi-Modal Community Based Mentoring program for at-risk youth (grades 6-12) in Birmingham and Jefferson County, Alabama designed to encourage mentees to complete high school, excel in higher education, a trade or entrepreneurship while navigating through life’s challenges. The I.N.S.P.I.R.E. program has expanded to include job shadowing, ACT/SAT Prep, STEM Camps , College & Career Fairs, along with opportunities to attend colleges/universities visits, as part of experiential learning and application of the interactive mentoring session and various activities.
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High School to College Prep
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