Instead of spending their summers hanging around hooligans, these four middle schoolers decided to get a head start on their careers and apply for jobs at a local urban farm.
When Zsa Zsa Heard, the director of the LaGrange Housing Authority in Georgia asked them why they wanted the jobs, one of them said “I want to stay out of trouble and I do not want to be in a gang.”
Not only have the boys been learning about responsibility and making a difference in their community, but they are also going to be placed in a teen leadership program so they can continue on their paths to success.
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