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The mission of Prom Bring It is the pursuit of the following principles: Commitment: Prom Bring It wants to inspire pro-social friendships, strong interpersonal skills, and instill a sense of hope in the future. Responsibility: The focus of Prom Bring It is to empower youth in establishing goals and following through on commitments. Possibility: Prom Bring It wants to expand the perspective of young people to make them aware of life's possibilities. Support: An individual is dramatically influenced by their support system. Prom Bring It wants to surround young people in a caring, supportive and inclusive learning environment. As PBI's programs develop, it hopes to form additional community partnerships that will provide job internship opportunities for high school students each year.
Prom Bring It is a non-profit agency providing formal attire and etiquette programs for high school youth in the Central Virginia and the surrounding area. The program is designed to form partnerships with local school districts, social services agencies, government entities, and community partners. Prom Bring It's goal is to foster a commitment to young people that will promote pro-social friendships, strong interpersonal skills, and reassert a sense of hope in the future by providing formal attire for formal occasions. Through exposure to formal personal relationships, in an array of diverse settings, with sharp and crisp familiarity, can ensure confidence in the encounter. Exposure to new opportunities and the right tools will provide individual growth and the responsibility that will give youth the commitment to follow through on their path to adulthood with a sense of pride and accomplishment.
Prom Bring It won the Seventeen Magazine 2012 Purple Dress Award.
Etiquette; appropriate clothing attire, hair , nails, make-up & skincare, resumes, portfolios, personality and ease with character, this is what Prom Bring It ventures to do by going through with our commitment to our future leaders.
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