Liberty House Programs
1. LH Charity Shop (workplace training and entrepreneurial academy site)
The Liberty House Charity Shop is a unique vintage resale shop on Historic Main Street in Garden Grove, CA 92704
“To create a successful retail store, train others in business and to enrich the lives of youth and prepare them for their future.”
2. Apples and Oranges, “a&o” (Workplace Training and Entrepreneurial Academy Site)
Apples and Oranges is a high-end home accessory store located at the SOCO center on the 405 Freeway in Costa Mesa Artists merchandize benefits different non-profit organizations.
“To allow artisans to sell their work while improving the community. Training older youth in business.” Give. Nurture. Grow.
3. Workplace Internships
Older youth, ages 16-25, enroll in internship programs, learning to be excellent employees, gaining valuable workplace skills, experience, and education. They leave with an enhances resume, a personal mentor and letters of reference.
“Training at-risk youth to become excellent employees while developing personal confidence in the workplace.” Teaching personal responsibility… and individual freedom
4. LH Entrepreneurial Academy
Our Entrepreneurial Academy enables older youth and sales team members to learn how to start, build and operate a small business. To date our Entrepreneurial Academy interns have build six different businesses.
“To allow older youth and sales partners to learn how to start, build and operate a small business.” Celebrating Free Enterprise.
5. Studio 18 Youth Leadership
At Studio 18 our youth board provides teen entertainment events, Dollar University classes and community service opportunities for older youth and workplace Interns. At our music, art studio bands have a place to practice their music for events, edit videos and prepare for art exhibitions.
“To develop youth leadership by providing teen entertainment events, Dollar University classes and community service opportunities.”