The AMIkids YES program was featured in an in-depth story by the Pulitzer-Prize winning Tampa Bay Times. Written by Shaker Shamman, the article highlights the mission of AMIkids and the work done by our programs throughout the country.
Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that $1 million will be available for the nationally recognized non-profit organization, AMIkids, Inc., to implement a pilot program in St. Louis assisting at-risk youth access education, counseling and employment opportunities.
AMIkids, a nationally-recognized, nonprofit organization helping troubled young people discover their potential, was awarded a $5 million 3-year grant from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Face Forward Initiative. This grant is the second awarded to AMIkids by the U.S. Department of Labor to provide vocational education and job placement to kids to support a brighter future.
AMIkids Inc., a nationally-recognized, nonprofit organization that helps young people with a troubled past discover their potential, was named the overall winner of the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 2015 Nonprofit of the Year awards. AMIkids also received a $10,000 donation from SunTrust as the overall award winner.
AMIkids Beaufort is pleased to announce that Steven Crisp has been named as the new Executive Director at the residential facility, located in Seabrook, South Carolina. Crisp will lead AMIkids Beaufort's efforts in empowering our kids to reach their potential and separate their troubled past from a bright future.
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