Have you heard about V.I.T.?
What is V.I.T.?
Very Important Teens (V.I.T) of America, Inc. V.I.T. is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit public charity founded in 2015. One of the primary purposes of V.I.T. is to address, and defeat Teenage Inactivity for grades 6 – 12 in public schools located in and around Rockdale County, GA.
How V.I.T will help Teens?
Teens will participate in monthly activities, camps, and community service. Mentors will also guide and help Teens through the development of life skills.
Our Primary goal is giving Teens more activity because 3 in every 4 Teens are Inactive.
What is Inactivity?
Inactivity is a term used to identify Teens who do not get the recommended levels of physical activity. Many Teens are just not active enough.
Millions of Teens in the United States are living Inactive lifestyles that need V.I.T.
- Fewer Teens today are Inactive because they are not participating in activities
- Fewer Teens are signing up for sports and/ or extracurricular activities.
- Today in the twenty- first century Teens are less likely to be active primarily due to the increase of technology usage in today digital world.
- According to many expert on teens, it is estimated that an average of 7.5 hours a day are spent in front of a digital screen (smart phone, television, and computers.)
Defeating Teens Inactivity by improving the environment and providing positive activity for Teens in and around Rockdale County, Ga.
Working with Teens to offer a successful game plan to set and meet goals to achieve a healthy lifestyle through mentorship programs and activities
Very Important Teens of America can help teens to develop
- Healthy Life skills
- Self- Esteem
- Improve Activity
- And more all for Teens
Benefits of V.I.T.
- Membership / Sense of Belonging
- Mentorship Programs
- Game Plan
- Leadership Classes
- Support to Defeat Inactivity
- Positive Changes in Routine
Why Teens should join V.I.T. of America!
Teens will love the activities and engage, inspire, and motivate themselves to becoming:
- Focused on areas of interest
- Consistent in Activity
- Have lots of fun learning
- Positive interest during and after school
- Less likely to just sit on the couch
- Learn healthy self-esteem and more