Network of Starrs Foundation “Make It Happen Program” Launches With PAL


The non-profit  Network of Starrs Foundation Inc has officially launched the “Make It Happen” program.  A panel of entrepreneurs spoke to the 75 kids who are apart of the City of Atlanta Police Athletic League Summer Camp Program (PAL).

Photojournalist & freelance photographer Jae Walker, Makeup artist Desires Vamai, dance instructor Terrica Griffin, Deejay Ralow Smith and Multimedia personality & videographer Corey “Tall Boy” Sanders  spoke to the kids about their respective careers and the advantages and disadvantages of their professions.

After the panel the kids broke off into sessions and received a more hands on approach of how their careers worked.  The Network of Starrs Foundation mission is to educate, motivate and challenge our youth to have an entrepreneurial spirit, believing that their goals & dreams can be attained through a legal hustle & network.

The youth will create a production that they will activate & execute on Tuesday July 19, 2016.  The Atlanta Police Athletic League is a non-profit public benefit corporation whose mission is to provide a safe environment for youth to reach their full potential through partnership with police and community; utilizing athletics activities, and other programming geared to improve the quality of life and it’s participants, by promoting confidence, self-esteem, civic engagement, academic achievement, and social principles that will aide them in becoming nurturing productive members of society.

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