Last week, 14 teams gathered in Hudson, Fla. at the Word of Life Youth Camp to compete in the annual AMIkids-Winter Challenge Event. Competition levels were high and youth had the opportunity to further their skills in teamwork and leadership while creating lifelong memories.
The 2016 Floating Classroom offered youth from AMIkids programs around the country an opportunity to learn more about the environment, boating safety and how to become better stewards of the ecosystem around them.
For four long, grueling days, more than 200 at-risk youth from across the nation converged on the campus of South Carolina State University – challenging themselves physically, mentally and emotionally as they competed against one another during the 2016 AMIkids Summer Challenge Event.
Students from AMIkids Space Coast and AMIkids Volusia recently set sail on the waters of Tampa Bay to experience learning science firsthand.
AMIkids recently held its Annual Chairmen’s Council meeting in Tampa Bay last weekend.
AMIkids has allowed me to couple my love of Mathematics, education and service learning in ways that challenges me daily to grow to be a better example to the students we service, provide exceptional educational services to our students and grow to be a positive agent of change to at risk youth.
Kenny Leon, the Director of The Wiz, is a native of St. Petersburg, Florida and a Tony Award-winning Broadway and film director. He is also a friend of AMIkids.
The AMIkids Boat Program announces plans for The Floating Classroom, an innovative tool that will continue to inspire youth in our programs to become more involved in the outdoors and become better stewards of the environment around them.
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