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IMPACT REPORT

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Improved self-esteem leads to increased academic performance, improved mental health and decreased youth violence.eThe Youth Enrichments program reached 400 youth across 10 elementary and middle schools schools in the greater Houston, Texas area in 2022.

These youth participated in the Youth Enrichments 4 - 6 week Self-Esteem

Course in their school, with programming facilitated by a Youth Enrichments staff member. Students were assessed at the beginning and at the end of the course using the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, which is reputable survey-based assessment of self-esteem frequently utilized by the US CDC (Center for Disease Control).

Valid pre and post assessment data were obtained for 220 youth. On average, these students had a pre-score of 27.7 and a post-score of 29.6. The average gain of 1.9 points (Std. Dev. =

5.79) represented a statistically significant positive gain using a Paired Samples T-Test (t(219)=4.79, p<.001), with an effect size of 32 (medium effect size for educational interventions).

Supplemental survey data were gathered at a capstone event for 167 youth, which provided additional evidence of the positive impact of the program. Specifically, 93% agreed that the program made them feel better about themselves.

SELF ESTEEM SCORES

PRE AND POST

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PRE AND POST

SELF ESTEEM SCORES

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