A strong sense of perceived self-efficacy is an important contributing factor to both the prevention of diminished self-concept and self-sufficiency in young adulthood. Through various activities, FFCP participants develop the problem solving, cognitive, and behavioral skills needed to overcome personal, social and academic obstacles.
We, the staff, volunteers, parents, community members, and participants of The Fly & Fearless Program For Girls work to create and foster an environment where youth consistently have:
- a solid presence of support from others;
- a feeling of empowerment;
- a clear understanding of boundaries and expectations;
- varied opportunities for constructive use of time;
- a strong commitment to learning;
- an appreciation of positive values;sound social competencies; and
- a personal sense of positive identity.
Thus, enabling them to be:
- socially competent;
- physically healthy;
- volunteers that help other people;
- good stewards of the earth and its resources; and
- guided by a strong sense of purpose.