Hey U.G.L.Y. 's I AM ENOUGH Bullying Prevention Assembly with American Idol Contestant, Devyn RushDate Added 24/04/2012Views 2999Flag as inappropriate
National spokesperson and former American Idol contestant, Devyn Rush inspires 700 students at Hey U.G.L.Y.'s Bullying Prevention Assembly Presentation at a middle school in New York.
Founded in 2002, Hey U.G.L.Y., Inc. became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2004. This organization is dedicated to helping youth with self-esteem and empathy-building programs to empower them to be part of the solution to bullying. (U.G.L.Y. is an acronym for Unique Gifted Lovable You.) The Hey U.G.L.Y. message has reached over 700,000 students through their Stop Bullying Task Force Program Curriculum, Empathy Learning Activity Plans (ELAPs), Assembly Presentations, seminars, website, "Choose To Change" radio show and work with schools, community organizations and youth development professionals. Their youth programs enable students to become an integral part in the teaching and learning process. Students go to HeyUGLY.org for cool celebrity quotes about self-esteem. Educators go to PreventBullyingNow.org for easy-to-execute, results-oriented curriculum and speakers. Parents visit HeyUGLY4Parents.org for advice from youth and experts.
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