I am happy honest, and careful at school with my plans for a degree in Computer Information Systems. I have been taking online classes since spring of 2013 and I keep up on all my classes, and I will continue in spring of 2016. I like to create international relationships with other countries and understand how they solve their own problems. Currently, I am involved with my own nonprofit organization, which helps with community outreach. I am a gentleman, with many high goals for my life career. I became a United States Citizen in June of 2013 and I am very proud of that! I want to help many people with my knowledge of how to become a United States Citizen. I truly believe my skills will be an asset in my future. Also, I show my community that I am an honest and hardworking individual by volunteering my time since 2010 different organizations.
Mission: We will international organization focused our promoting unity amongst the America, African, Indian, S.E Asia, and Europeans, Arab communities in United States Of America regardless of countries of origin in order to create the next generation of young African, Indian, S.E Asia, and Europeans, Arab American government leaders who can navigate and improve the justice, national security, education, and economic systems in Africa.
Vision: We are working with State, City, and local partners to provide support for the American African Indian, S.E Asia, European, Arab communities in Colorado. We are offering free services to support adults and children in sports education, religious study, cultures, practicing languages, and other social services as needed.
Goals : We want to create an international organization to connect the America African, Indian, S.E Asia, and Europeans, Arab communities in Colorado and cultivate an environment of neighbors helping neighbors. We want to understand how people from different countries solve problems in their own nations and we want to provide support to the local community as well as those returning to Africa, Indian, S.E Asia, and Europeans, Arab.
We will provide this support though community volunteer work, helping both children and adults with interpretation, homework, practicing languages, religious study, and after-school programs. We want to provide these services because we are young African American leaders who think it is important to help create new leaders for the future. We hope to address and come up with solutions to issues both in Africa, Indian, S.E Asia, and Europeans, Arab and all over the world such as agriculture, business/entrepreneurship, children/youth/human rights, community development, education, technology/telecommunications, and women’s and girl’s issues.
Objective: We assist students with homework, practicing languages, studying religion, and focusing on professional careers. We encourage academic excellence so that students may attend prestigious colleges and universities.
We conduct social welfare and cultural awareness actives for traditions from a variety of Americans African, Indian, S.E Asia, and European, Arab Countries in addition to America culture. We are building a society of African, where African students and intellectuals can interact and learn about one another. We cultivate our knowledge and strive to culturally comprehend our attitude towards others and learn to honor other people. Our organization offers young African Indian, S.E Asia, and Europeans, Arab American Leaders an unparalleled opportunity to meet and share ideas with some of America’s dedicated leaders.
We are excited to announce that we opened a homework center last year for students in grades 4-6, and adult’s .The homework center is open now by appointment only. While at the center and the public library, students will have access to various venues for research. The United African Community Development Council of America staff is on hand to assist students with their homework, practice languages and study religions.
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Abdirashid Abdulkadir Hussein his nick name Kilic
has finished the Protect Youth Sports Child Sexual Abuse Training and has successfully passed the included examination with a passing score of 70% or greater.
Protect Youth Sports Child Sexual Abuse Training is approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services for both Youth Camp and Campus Programs for Minors training. This training material meets the criteria in accordance with 25 TAC 265.12(g).
Training Course Approval Number YC12-0088
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