Atlanta, GA – June 14, 2016 – Covenant House Georgia’s Educational Specialist Dr. Hasan Crockett partners with Atlanta All Stars Talent Show Network as a guest judge in their summer 2016 youth talent show. The talent show will be held on June 18, 2016 at 2 PM, at the College Park Auditorium.
Dr.Crockett is currently a researcher and instructor at Covenant House Georgia. Covenant House is shelter for homeless youth based in Atlanta. More than 15,000 youth have received support from CHGA since 2000. Currently, more than 1,300 homeless and at-risk youth are served every year.
While at Covenant House Georgia Dr. Crockett has been instrumental in creating a homeless youth holistic learning-community. This learning community includes seminars entitled “A Better World: Homeless Youth Citizenship and Self-Advocacy” and “Empowerment 101: Journeys of Self and Global Discovery.” Additionally, he introduced The College Hour for homeless youth interested in attending institutions of higher learning, and the Player’s Chess Club.
As a judge, Crockett will be on a panel of other community leaders and entertainers to select winners of the talent show for the chance for participants to win cash prizes.
Tickets for the talent show are available for $8 at the door, and proceeds benefit Atlanta All Stars. Atlanta All Stars is a non-profit youth program that uses performance as a gateway to help develop young people. They host dozens of workshops and talent shows, reaching hundreds of young performers and volunteers in the Metro Atlanta area, with the aim of building community and opening creative opportunities for underprivileged youth.
To learn more about Covenant House, visit covenanthousega.org or follow them on Instagram (@covenanthousega).
About Atlanta All Stars Talent Show Network
Atlanta All Stars is a non-profit that uses a cutting edge performance-based model of youth and community development pioneered by the All Stars Project over 30 years ago. Atlanta All Stars is building partnerships between young people from Atlanta’s poorest communities, with wealthy Atlanta business leaders to acknowledge and address poverty in the city.
In our programs, performance-based activities create bonds between young people, help them to stretch and discover new possibilities, and increase their self-esteem. They also help to engender a support system within the life of the community, and supports young people to become leaders in their neighborhoods.
Atlanta All Stars is 100% privately funded and relies on individual donors and local corporate partners to support enriching talent shows, workshops and community programs. Contributing to the Atlanta All Stars is an investment in the personal development of our city’s underprivileged youth. For tax deductible donations, please make payments out to the All Stars Project, Incorporated. To contribute to the Atlanta All Stars, email Development Director Mike Pickering at firstname.lastname@example.org.