WYA works with young people to help them understand their human dignity and the dignity of others. This has often been done through the Track A training program that attracts our high school and college members. But the Human Dignity Curriculum (HDC) makes understanding the concept of human dignity accessible to children as young as six years old. We have seen proof that this concept can be grasped at a young age with the students in our pilot schools in Mexico and New York.
So invite your friends whether they’re 10 or 20 (but not beyond 30)! We open our doors to the young people of the world who are willing to learn about human dignity and build a culture that values and serves the human person.
WYA continues to expand its programs to accommodate young people of varying ages. The Human Dignity Curriculum (HDC) is the first program of its kind to provide a comprehensive understanding of both who the human person is and the things of which he is capable. Anna discusses this further in an interview she gave in Malta. Learn more about HDC and help us bring it to your school!
Over the course of a weekend, WYA’s sister organization, FEMM, and RHRI trained over 20 doctors coming from various specializations on the process of differentially diagnosing and treating hormonal imbalances within the context of changing ovarian activity throughout a woman’s lifetime. Read more about the training.
WYA has 12 new interns at our headquarters in New York who have begun the summer term working on exciting projects! Their success depends on your support.
Please help us offer these young people a summer full of training events and exciting WYA leadership development opportunities.
Your monthly commitment of $15 or more to to WYA helps us grow the WYA internship program, through which talented young people have a chance to learn about WYA’s mission and put it into action.
Please sign up at www.wya.net/15Campaign.
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