What do Bob Seger and Dale Carnegie have in common? Both are playing a crucial role to bring needed life skills to troubled teens this summer through the Dale Carnegie Teen Program at Children’s Village in Pontiac.
Children’s Village is the Oakland County’s residential facility for children and youths who are in need of out-of-home services. Youth are placed in Children’s Village by court order or by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. Children’s Village provides residential care and comprehensive treatment services for youth and their families.
Seger saw a need for these youths to learn important life skills that Dale Carnegie teaches:
- Communication Skills
- Human Relations Skills
- Manage Stress and Worry/Positive Attitude
Bob Seger funded the Dale Carnegie Teen Program at Children’s Village for the month of July.
“It’s an honor to be a small part of bringing this Dale Carnegie Workshop to Children’s Village,” said Bob and Nita Seger in a statement.
“Our son is taking the course and we saw the benefits after the first class.”
If you have any questions about the Dale Carnegie for Teens program or any of the Dale Carnegie offerings, please contact Dale Carnegie of Michigan at 248-380-7000 or visit our website www.dcmich.com.
Photo credit: oaklandpress.com (Bob Seger, pictured on stage in March at the Palace of Auburn Hills. ¬ Photo by Ken Settle)