INSPIRATION IS EVERWHERE

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With FIRST, the game is not the prize

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Jackie Moore

FIRST Mentor; Program Director, Level UP, Inc

For us, the game is not the prize. It’s the changes FIRST brings about in kids, like heightened self-esteem, learning how to collaborate, and the positive feelings that come with being part of a team — a team that consistently helps others regardless of their own circumstances. Our teens learn valuable technical skills that can help them build a future for themselves. More importantly, they learn perseverance and community-based problem solving — the skills that will prepare them for a full life.


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