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What We Do

YES positive youth development programs promote resiliency. We aim to increase protective factors in students’ lives to equip them to say, “YES!” to their dreams and goals, and “no” to risk behaviors.

Making a Difference

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Let's Work Together

To book a program or to learn more about how we can partner, call us at 888.579.5790, or fill out the form below and a Youth Equipped to Succeed representative will respond to you promptly. We look forward to hearing from you!

    Our Programs

    Motivational Experiences

    Also known as assemblies, these programs provide high-impact and purposeful messaging. Each speaker has their own powerful story, reaching students from all walks of life.

    Wellness Education

    These programs are research-based, putting students on a path toward optimal health. Speakers address critical topics in today’s youth culture through informative and motivational content.

    Peer-to-Peer Mentoring

    This program is an entirely unique approach from any other mentoring structure found in today’s schools. It’s student led, meaning high school upperclassmen mentor at-risk freshmen.



    Support Students

    Over 5.2 million students, parents and educators have been impacted through our resourced experiences! Whether you make a one-time gift, or become a monthly donor, your contribution of any size will bring hope and connection to the students we serve, their parents and educators. Thank you for your support!


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      What They’re Saying About Us

      Tory’s message was powerful and realistic! Our students enjoyed the humorous delivery of the message.

      Wynesther Cousins

      West Point Consolidated School District