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 Your Sister's Project Inc     
          

 Congratulations Your Sister's Project, Inc
Recipient of the 2017 Woodson Center's Joseph Site Award
Awarded the Woodson Center 2016 Fellow
Welcome to Your Sister's Project, Inc. 


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We hope that you find our website enjoyable and informative 
Call Us at (412) 377-3358

Your Sister's Project will partner with the Chatham youth this summer with the ReCondition Community Coop.  Where we will sponsor our signature 4 week Youth Agribusiness Boot Camp.  This program will benefit youth ages 11-14, grades 6-8,  in city of Chicago, Chatham area between July 10th and August 11th, 2017. For more information please contact Sister Chanita at 844-4Re-CoOp 

For more details regarding the Your Sister's Project Youth Agribusiness Boot Camp feel free to contact Sister Shirley (Jamillah) Muhammad at 412-377-3358

 


   
YOUR AGRIPRENEUR APPRENTICESHIP
EDUCATION & TRAINING PROGRAM

Your Agripreneur Agribusiness Apprenticeship programs and projects are developed based on the historical events events below. Please feel free to contact us and let us know your thought. Thank you!  We look forward to your partnership.

 

Sharecroppers, sharecropping
Your Sister's Project teach never, never, never again!

The unique aspect of the Your Agripreneurs Agribusiness Apprenticeship program is that our Agripreneurs are educated and trained to own, operate and manage any urban and rural farm in order to become producers of the land and in general.

Consider your year end donations to sustain the Your Agripreneur Apprenticeship Program to educate and train middle school age youth in your city to combine their love of farming and agriculture with business in your city.
Your Sister's Project request the partnership of your organization in the fulfillment of our vision and mission. Feel free to contact us at Your Sister's Project, Inc at 412.377.3358 
Your Agripreneur Apprenticeship Finale at the KLEO Center in Chicago, Illinois pictures are forthcoming. It was awesome!

 

The Woodson Center, formorely known as the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise is pleased to announce Your Sister's Project as a selection of the 2016 Center for Neighborhood Enterprise (CNE) Fellows.

Your Sister's Project was the 2016 second-round  Woodson Center Fellows of fifteen community leaders and grassroots organizations promoting change and revitalization in our communities with the support of the Woodson Center.  We are "Transforming Lives, Schools, and Troubled Neighborhoods from the Inside Out." Your Sister's Project was awarded seed-funding for the Your Agripreneur Agribsiness Apprenticeship project designed to meet the needs of the city of Chicago communities.

Your Sister’s Project area of focus is education and training and workforce development. We have partnered with the K.L.E.O. Family Community Life Center in the Chicago area providing 12 students scholarships and 2 young adults facilitators to facilitate the program in order that the 12 youth successfully complete the Agripreneur simulation and to demonstrate proficiency to produce developing business documents simulating a virtual  KLEO's Farm. Your Agripreneuer is designed to allow students to apply their Microsoft Office knowledge and skills in an integrated, real-world business settings. Forthcoming to the Your Agripreneur Apprenticeship curriculum is  Student Minister Dr. Ridgley Muhammad, book, "The Science and Business of Farming vs. The Art and Hobby of Gardening."  

Dr. Brother Ridgely Muhammad is presently the Minister of Agriculture and farm manager of a 1600 acre farm in southwest Georgia owned by the Nation of Islam. He is also the Agricultural Economist and Vice-President of the National Black Farmers and Agriculturists Association.  He is the founder of the Kemetic Research Institute of Science and Technology located in Bronwood, Ga.

Your Sister's Project request the partnership of your organization in the fulfillment of our vision and mission. Feel free to contact us at Your Sister's Project, Inc at 412.377.3358 

Make your neighborhood a decent place to live..... a divine command from the Honorable Louis Farrkhan .


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Contact us phone @ 412.377.3358
email us at yursisterproject@aol.com 

For more information contact Your Sister Project  at 412.377.3358

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