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The ADMIT program is running Hot.... With kids rel eased from school and looking to fill their empty summer days with pleasure and fun, the ADMIT program has fulfilled their need for fun while also giving them life long skills and training. The ADMIT program (North) has recently20completed classes w/ Miami Norland Middle Schools, Gwen Cheery Park of Liberty City, Florida Christian Association of Amercia, Youths of America Summer Program, Liberty City Alternative Program, City Of Miami Police Athletic League (PAL), and Antioch Baptist Church Summer Program The Admit Program (South) has completed classes for Goulds Park, Florida City PAL, and Martin Memorial IPOD Summer Program and Perrine Rainbow. Most recently the boys and girls music groups from Martin Memorial were headlined at the recent VIP Silence the Violence Youth HIP HOP "RAP FORUM" in CGrove's Verrick Park The ADMIT Program ( weeks )music production and business classes teach youths all they ever wanted to know regarding music and the behind the scenes carrer opportunities in the music business. Chrissay Walker, age 15, a summer camp participant from Perrine rainbow is an accomplished musicain in her own right. She plays cello and the vilola and states that 'I have learned so much about different instruments and also how to do beats. I would reccommend it to all my friends.' Feltoinette Steward ,age 10yrs states 'It's so fun to make your own beats and work w/ your friends to make a song'.

The ADMIT Program grooves down SOUTH !!!!!
With the success of our Liberty City Studio, the ADMIT Program has opened a brand new fully equipped recording studio which is now ready to serve youths and music professionals in the South Dade area. Here the advanced ADMIT students receive training over a 12-week period about music careers, equipment and production methods while working together to record their own positive CD album. An open house will be scheduled in the near future to introduce the new studio to South Miami-Dade area students and agencies. This new facility is located at 9958 Hibiscus Street in West Perrine and the telephone number is (305)235-7100, where you can ask for Rony, our instructor from FullSail Music Academy. More on this event will be coming soon. We are also on the verge of receiving grant funding to c! reate a third recording studio and training facility to serve the youths in Miami Gardens and Opa-locka, as well as funding for a new program to train youths in the newspaper and print media industry.

T.a.p.ping into our young talent!!!
During this busy summer The ADMIT Program has completed or is in the process of completing classroom and recording sessions for the following area schools, agencies and programs: 1. Miami Edison Senior High School 2. Hosanna Community Foundation 3. Norland Middle School (2 classes of 10 youths each) 4. The Zulu Warriors Group from Belefonte Tacolcy Center . 5. Family Christian Association of America 6. Miami Drew Middle School (2 classes of 10 youths each) 7. Portrait of Empowerment 8. Gwen Cherry Park Communities in Schools Program 9. Life & Learning Center's Kidz & Kash Program 10. City of Miami Police Athletic League (2 groups of 10 youths each) 11. Florida City Police Athletic League 12. Martin Memorial I-POD Summer Camp (2 groups of 10 youths each) 13. Goulds Park Summer Camp 14. Youth of America This list represents only a fraction of the many youths already served by the ADMIT Program! But here's the best part: for many youngsters residing in funded service areas like South Miami-Dade County and the Brownsville-Liberty City area, the program is absolutely FREE. Funding for the ADMIT Program is provided by funded through the Children's Trust, Miami-Dade Department of Human Services, and other local agencies and affiliates! Look for some of the new positive songs produced by these participants in our new Song of the Week feature.

A mobile recording and training studio housed in a van and dubbed the ADMIT X-Press is being developed to provide ADMIT Program services to difficult to reach populations. This mobile studio will serve juvenile justice facilities, drug treatment programs, mental health facilities, health care facilities, children's hospitals, and other confined or previouslyunderserved youths. Call 786-287-1184 for further information on this needed project.