We are a community-based organization empowering youth from disenfranchised and marginalized communities.

YH RIGHT NOW!

Come check out our weekly Young Leaders in Christ program!

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GET INVOLVED

THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS TO WORK WITH US

workshops

Engage in a YouthHype workshop within the following categories: Self-Confidence, Social Justice, Healthy Relationships, Anti- Bullying.
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yh schools

Become a YouthHype school by establishing a youth empowerment chapter. This includes monthly workshop facilitation and curriculum materials for students.
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"truth" book

"Truth" is an empowerment guide for students that addresses social issues and systems of oppression, provides Social Emotional strategies that promote self confidence and awareness.
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YOUTH HYPE X 49ERS

FOCUS AREAS

Healthy Relationships
Self-Confidence
Social JUSTICE

Our participants will ignite a system-disrupting revolution of self- consciousness, resource building and community development! We seek to close the opportunity gap by planting and nourishing this seed in 1 million youth across the the world.

LaToya Fernandez

Founder and Lead Educator

Ellis Stephens

KingHype Lead Facilitator

Saran Rencher

QueenHype Girls Group Lead Volunteer

Joseph Julian

Hip Hop Restorative Justice Coordinator

Joseph Julian

Hip Hop Restorative Justice Coordinator

Joseph Julian

Hip Hop Restorative Justice Coordinator

MEET THE TEAM

LATOya fernandez
Founder & Lead Educator
Ellis Stephens
KingHype Lead Facilitator
victoria fox
QueenHype Girls Group Lead Volunteer
Saran Rencher
QueenHype Girls Group Lead Volunteer
Joseph Julian
Hip Hop Restorative Justice Coordinator
“YouthHype has been the instrumental factor in our students’ motivation and self confidence. I recommend this program to any institution, organization, or program that is focused on building student success and student relationships especially within students of color.”
Aaron Eckles, BOOK Academy
“YouthHype is simply great. The impact on the youth’s self-esteem, academic performance, and interpersonal skills cannot be understated."
Josue R. Fuentes,
Deputy District Attorney, Santa Clara County
"Throughout the workshop, self-confidence and expression were modeled through rapping, call and response storytelling, and empowerment affirmation. The topics were relatable and allowed students to learn in a cool and innovative way.”
Wallace Dixon, Second Start Pine hill School
"...I am so grateful for the program. My daughter has always been timid and soft spoken but during one of the galas she performed a small solo dance piece and she absolutely loved the feeling of expressing her creativity through her dance moves."
Maria Calderon, YOUTHHYPE PARENT