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A CAEtv Production


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Aspects of Identity

  • A Sense of Self-Awareness

  • A Sense of Safety and Structure

  • High Self-Worth and Self Esteem

  • Belonging and Membership

Areas of Ability

  • Perception of Responsibility and Autonomy

  • Physical Health

  • Mental Health

  • Intellectual Health

  • Civic and Social Involvement


  • Real Colors® Session

  • Character Counts® (Drug & Alcohol Course)

  • Ethical Leadership Certification

Additional Workshop Options:

  • Intro to Media Production

  • Intro to Dance (Tap & Freestyle)



Recent research indicates that children exposed to multiple risk factors in their families, at school, among their peers, and in their communities are at greater risk of becoming severely violent juvenile offenders. Join us in the fight to instill accountability, education, and empowerment in our youth through CAE's 'SWAGG Station' Web Show!


Community Arts Experience (CAE) presents 'SWAGG Station' Web Show. This show is designed to create safe youth spaces of creativity, learning, and fun. Supervised recreational dances are offered for at-risk youth ages 9-15 to introduce prevention strategies in dealing with alienation, substance use disorder, delinquency, and violence risk factors. 


In collaboration with The 9ine Media Group Services, LLC, Peace Treats, LLC, OneBodyBrand, LLC, The Bigsbee Group, LLC, Monroe Media Consulting, and Prime Universal Mercer County Network, four (4) web shows will feature CAE's SWAGG Dancers showcasing the latest dance moves and fashion to present on the World Wide Web, Amazon Fire, and Roku streaming devices. CAE's 'SWAGG Station' show concept is loosely based on the 1970s televised variety dance show Soul Train. Special appearances from local and national music artists will perform in each episode.


In addition to filming, participants are required to attend weekly character & leadership development courses facilitated by CAE Certified Partners and Ambassador Mentors. Parents of participating students must enroll as CAE Mentor Coalition members and regularly participate in monthly coalition meetings to maintain student enrollment eligibility.

For more program information, please call Ms. Miah Bickley at (866) 961.2239 ext. 2

This program is a component of CAE's Students Taking Ownership Mentoring Project (STOMP).

To learn more about the STOMP Countywide initiative, click here.

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