FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Business Professionals, Community Advocates and Entrepreneurs are
Showing Up for Youth in the City of Detroit
Esteem We to Host Upcoming Youth Day Explosion and Launch to Esteem Youth and the Community
Detroit, MI., April 30, 2014-- On Friday, June 06, 2014, the Esteem We Professional Community Action Group will host a Youth Day Explosion from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Cobo Center for Detroit students ages 13-19 and a Community Reception and Launch to follow from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. for Professionals, Community and Youth Leaders.
At the youth day explosion themed “Nothing is Impossible,” Esteem We Detroit Professional Community Action Group brings some of the best successful local business professionals, entrepreneurs, youth advocates and more together to engage and expose Metro Detroit students to possibilities with an emphasis on life skills and goal setting. The Youth explosion includes: Keynote Speakers, Empowering Workshops, Celebrity Guest, Community and Youth Panel, Giveaways, Community Vendors and Entertainment.
At the community reception, Esteem We Professional Community Action Group (EWPCAG) will launch the Detroit Possible campaign and fundraiser. Detroit Possible (a new business startup in the City of Detroit) helps mobilize and train professionals and volunteers to work with small businesses in the community and to esteem students in mini assembly style youth days during the school year.
Special Guest Speaker for the reception and Entertainment will also be provided. For more information about the reception, please call (248) 213-7706 or you may email email@example.com.
Esteem We Professional Community Action Group (EWPCAG) is a nationally growing organization with affiliates and supporters in Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Atlanta and Los Angeles. EWPCAG is comprised of local business professionals, community and youth advocates, entrepreneurs and more dedicated to the community and to our youth. The mission of EWPCAG is to connect, serve and transform lives in urban and underserved cities across the United States. The Charge for EWPCAG is "Young boys and girls are waiting on us (who believe that no one is coming)… We must all be willing to show up, be present, engage and connect, to change and help in another’s life…this is an opportunity to be accountable, show up, return, pour things in and challenge others to pay it forward." -C.L.L. EWPCAG in conjunction with Detroit Possible and the community at large are letting our youth know that WE are coming!
Esteem We Inc.