The Youth Empowerment Program (YEP) is World Vision's signature program in the U.S. Through YEP, World Vision mentors, trains, and encourages young people to lead positive change in their communities. Teens develop skills in leadership, civic engagement, critical thinking, team building, and other vital areas.

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World Vision and Grace Baptist church partnered to bring backpacks full of school supplies to students after tornadoes hit Joplin, Missouri, on May 22, 2011. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/World Vision) #WorldVision

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KidREACH is a World Vision academic mentoring program to children in need. The program equips and trains volunteers to become free tutors to struggling students from low-income families.

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Caitlin Moore, Tracy Sturdivant, and Tiffaney Sturdivant stand in front of their former home. The April 2011 tornado that roared through Tuscaloosa, Alabama, did severe damage to it. Now, the family lives in a 3-bedroom house with Tiffaney's mother and stepfather. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/World Vision) #WorldVision

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Tuscaloosa: The high-quality building materials brought the Lodge family a sense of security for the future. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

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Yemi's story: Empowering youth toward change | World Vision Blog

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Volunteers from Northwood Middle School and Renton Christian Center work together to build backpacks for children in need within their community. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/World Vision) #WorldVision

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Claudia Jimenez is the principal of Roosevelt School in Cicero, Illinois. She says that of the nearly 700 students, 90 percent are on free or reduced lunches. She knows that many parents can't afford to buy school supplies for their children. "This will help those parents that can't send the supplies," Claudia says of the teachers being able to pick up those items at World Vision's teacher resource center in Chicago. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/ World Vision) #WorldVision

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José and Storehouse manager Reed Slattery started training together for a half marathon, which they ran in June for Team World Vision.

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