(PRWEB) July 01, 2012
Project Pyramid, a Crestview, Florida Juvenile Intervention Program for at risk youth, recommends summer employment as a key way to help teenagers develop a good work ethic and learn to respect authority figures. Project Pyramid founder, Jeffery Crider also relates several other important benefits of a summer job for an idle teenager.
Summer employment provides youth with needed structure and makes it easier to transition back to a school schedule in the fall. Not only does a summer job provide extra money for summer activities, but it often enhances a teenager's self-esteem.
"Hard work never hurt anyone," said Jeffery Crider, founder of Project Pyramid. "To put it quite simply, Work Works! However, if your teen does exhibit behavior problems during the summer, Project Pyramid is available to assist you."
Project Pyramid was founded in 2005 by Retired First Sergeant, Jeffery Crider. The mission of Project Pyramid is to create a "Boot Camp" style environment where teens and young adults establish core values, including respect, integrity, discipline, structure, self-worth, accountability and accepting responsibility.
Project Pyramid's primary objective is to transform participants into individuals who have a positive influence in their families and communities. Project Pyramid offers daily assistance to families in the communities around Crestview, including Pensacola, Defuniak Springs, Navarre, Fort Walton, Niceville, Destin and all points in between.
"Mr. Crider goes above and beyond to help troubled youth and their families," said a court-appointed Guardian ad Litem recently. "I have personally witnessed him work what some would call a 'miracle' in the lives of children that otherwise would have been written off by society."
Project Pyramid also recommends summer employment as a great way for parents to monitor their teenager's activities and behavior. Project Pyramid directs teens to Craigslist and Thrifty Nickel for leads on summer jobs.
About the company:
Based in Crestview, Florida, Project Pyramid is a private Juvenile Intervention (boot camp) Program for at risk juveniles. The primary goal of Project Pyramid is to motivate young persons to change their self destructive and at risk behavior. The program is targeted to the entire family and requires buy in from everyone involved. For more information contact Jeffery L. Crider at (850)543-8203. For more information visit their website at http://www.privatedrillinstructor.com.