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Taking responsibility and developing identity
- General Etiquette
- Dining Etiquette
- Reputation Management
- Understanding and Establishing Core Values
- Finding optimistic confidence from a solid grounding
Preparations for a successful financial life
- Understanding withholdings and deductions
- Understanding and operating a personal budget
- Living within your means
- Setting financial goals
- Consumer debt
- Owning versus renting a home
- Developing positive financial habits
Relationships and opportunities are out there
- Distinguish yourself
- Preparing a strong resume
- Marketing yourself
- How to research opportunities and companies
- Preparing for an interview
- Networking tactics
I learned different ways to manage my money and how I can save or use it that will help me in the future. I learned dining etiquette the mentors there always made sure everyone was involved I appreciated that because without them doing that I would’ve just been around watching.
During my time participating in Aspire Detroit I was exposed to many different tools and skills that I will continue to use. Aspire itself opened my mind to many things I would have never considered before participating.
Before the Aspire Program I had a problem with self reflection. I thought that I was a pretty smart person when it came to building relationships with people for business reasons or just in general. The Aspire program taught me that I have a lot more to learn when it comes to business and personal growth.
My take on the program was an extension of the life after high school. It taught us how to do things that the school wasn’t.
I think this program was an underrated blessing to me. Not only was I taught the necessary procedures and skills needed to enter the business world, but I also learned skills that could be useful in the pursuit of my degree and the professional situations that I will encounter in the future. Overall, this program has been incredible and I’d recommend it to anyone who wants to better themselves.
When think about Aspire, I think it’s good. It taught me a whole bunch of new things that I didn’t learn in other schools or through my parents and I think it’s amazing, I am very grateful to be a part of it. My favorite part of the program was learning more about manners, things I did not know, and how others will take it.
For someone who didn’t have a father growing up or someone to teach manners and things like that, I think this is a great program to be in.
Aspire taught me a lot that I did not know. Common things like being consistent, greeting people, and being respectful. I also learned how to become financial stable and not making bad mistakes or taking risks that might lead to future failures.
The most valuable thing I learned was how to properly budget and develop core values.
Our Points of Difference
insights passed from one generation to the next, return to basics, respect and reverence
Clarity Amidst Chaos
simple, straightforward, clear, truthful
sharing experience, lessons learned, mentoring, inspiring, passing on to others, self-empowerment, real world experiences
Optimism and Confidence
creating one’s best life by taking responsibility, choosing to do right, confidence in having the needed tools
A nonprofit mentoring program serving young adults, that delivers clarity amidst the chaos of entering adulthood. By embracing time-honored values and first-hand experiences, we inspire optimism and confidence.Bring Aspire To Your School