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Mission Statement

Provide mindfulness training and a safe space for children to help them unfold their potential, cultivate CARE (compassion, awareness, respect, exploration), and lead a balanced lifestyle.


Slide 2 .O {color:black; font-size:149%;} a:link {color:blue !important;} a:active {color:#C0504D !important;} a:visited {color:purple !important;} Bodhisattva is a compassionate person who chooses to embark on a life long journey to help others. Bodhi Youth of America provides a nourishing environment for young people to unfold their potential, to live in harmony and build happy communities following the Bodhisattva philosophy. BYA activities include:

  • ? Outdoor events (camping, field trip, hiking, nature study, sports)
  • ? Arts (heritage program, performing arts, sculpting, painting, arts and crafts)
  • ? Leadership (project leadership teamwork, event organizing, negotiating skills, conflict resolution technique)
  • ? Life skills (first aid & CPR, disaster preparations, life priority skills, homemaking) ?

A BYA member could participate as a youth leader or support staff.



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Would you recommend Bodhi Youth of America (BYA)?

by Katie M. (April 27, 2010)
I extremly like working with BYA because of what they wanted to give back and have more people become aware of helping the Earth and ways to do that.