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YEP: Youth Employment Program

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No one wants to think that their tax money is being “wasted” through inefficient programs and bloated government agencies. Making the government “efficient” sounds like a noble goal. Creating a new generation of jobless youth with fewer resources to learn marketable skills is the true result of the current proposed budget. As reported by the Atlantic “The 2018 budget details around $500 million in cuts for the department (of Labor), which likely means that programs for disadvantaged workers, including seniors, youths, and those with disabilities, would be reduced or completely eliminated. The Senior Community Service Employment Program, training grants at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and technical-assistance grants at the Office of Disability Employment Policy would all disappear. Job-training centers for disadvantaged children would be shuttered and funding for more general job-training and employment services would move from the federal budget to states.”

In addition, the new budget also cuts after school programs that could prevent youth from falling through the gaps in the first place. This means that even more youth impacted by poverty are less likely to change their outcomes without small businesses stepping forward with targeted efforts to impact the Youth Unemployment Rate. This is one of the key reasons that TGIM Digital Publishing is working to launch Y.E.P. as a component to our Affiliates Program.

Y.E.P. Program Outline

*Provide part time employment opportunities to 7 teens during the 4PM to 8PM window.

*Set up and run a contact center environment for 7 heads, plus one team lead. Our team lead has over 20 years of call center experience and is ready to implement the program.

*Utilize VoIP technology and Cloud capabilities to create a low overhead environment flexing between inbound support and outbound sales.

*Utilize knowledge and experience of current CEO and DO to maximize current sales opportunities
Provide expanded support to process sales for face to face sales made by our Affiliates

Market Potential

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The Youth Employment Program will offer jobs to youth registered in our Affiliates Program to work part-time after school in our call center promoting The Bully Diaries by Writing for the Soul Workshop™. Y.E.P. will employ youth and equip them with important workplace skills in sales and customer service. This is one more way that TGIM is creating tomorrows entrepreneurs today. In order to create this impact TGIM is looking for a capital infusion of $41,500 to launch our first Call Center in Fort Worth, Texas. According to Close Rates Trends, minus the cost of The Bully Diaries per case -our call center will generate $17,640 per week in sales.

Breakdown of Funds

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When you think about the dire economic and social picture facing youth around the world today, it’s clear that we need to do better. Around the globe, communities face government corruption, lack social services, and have growing unemployment issues in their youth populations. Some communities are further devastated by natural disasters, and civil wars. Impacting youth and creating change will require out of the box solutions. We need For-Profit companies that have the heart to create change, and that are willing to accept a mission that provides what our society needs. We need companies who know that helping our youth is just as important as profits. We need companies that are willing to focus on our society as humans, not just consumers. Companies that have a mission, that have a heart, and that produce results …like us. Call us for more information, and to discuss ROI at: 682.235.TGIM (8446).