Who Are We?
The World Champion Voices of Unity Youth Choir (VOUYC) is Unity Performing Arts Foundation’s acclaimed Youth Choral Program. It is our premier soulful choral group comprised of youth ages 7 to 20 from various backgrounds in the Fort Wayne community and beyond. The program’s goal is to equip, educate, and empower youth to excel in the world before them. It prepares them to be successful leaders who will give back to their society and make a difference in their college life, adult life, and in their professional careers.
What We Offer Youth:
The Voices of Unity Youth Choir, Our Substance Based Training
Character Building Components:
The UNITY environment is intentional about establishing a value-based structure that guides our student’s attitude toward a respectful and professional behavior. Our students are held to a Standard of Excellence where they are inspired to practice at home, school, church and in their community.
Character building involves experiences that teach us important life lessons. These lessons include: keep your word, pay attention, respect authority and respect others, when you make mistakes own them and learn from them etc. Every attribute we develop in experiencing such life lessons influences the building of our character.
Our students are held to a standard of excellence. They are taught to:
We utilize character-building material created by Marshall White and other prominent leaders in the community, such as Dr. Rudy Kachmann’s 20 Prescriptions for Living the Good Life.
Our students are required to learn, memorize and apply these materials to their lives.
The Twenty Prescriptions for Living the Good Life, Written By Dr. Rudy Kachmann
This is an opportunity for us to impact our community by producing adults that will one day lead the community and make decisions affecting our lives. We are very proud of the results we are experiencing from our substance based training. UNITY believes if we invest resources in developing a child now -we will not need to spend resources on incarcerating them in the future.
Call the office (260) 481-6719, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to visit.