We Trust Youth with the Truth
501 (c) 3 Nonprofit Tax Exemption
applied for.

Life Education for Adolescents and Young Adults
We train students, parents, and educators
Vision - YoungAndWiser, Inc. envisions a world in which empowered young adults and adolescents are able to make positive and healthy lifestyle choices with increased awareness and understanding of the developmental challenges they face physically, socially, and emotionally.

Mission - We provide developmental education programs and services through collaboration with educational and other institutions serving adolescents and young adults.         WUTC Interview with Founder

Think of us as "Wisdom Accelerators" for adolescents and young adults. Please explore this site and learn more about how we help students. If you are interested in getting involved please apply to join our team and/or make a donation.  (You can have your name listed on donor's page if you wish). See our list of donors   

Hot Spot of the week:
What do you think about the issue of the squeeze society puts on women to look perfect? Interesting viewpoint presented in this video:

SCCCP Conference kept us busy except
a quick visit to the beach
Photo by: Jillian and Molly at Jekyll Island Conference



  • College Readiness
  • Alcohol & Drug Abuse
  • Hazing
  • Sexual Misconduct
  • SocialSkills/Communication
    for Today's Youth
  • Bullying
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • College Finances
  • College Success
  • Wellness
  • Eating Disorders
  • Non-violence Education
  • Civic Responsibility
  • Overcoming Disabilities
  • Spirituality
  • Business Ethics
  • Youth Business Start-ups
Note: Some are available as web conferences.

The Gratitude Exercise  Watch this! 

Profile of a YoungAndWiser, Inc. Intern

Meet Bradley Wilson

This intern is self-directed! He hit the ground running with ideas to grow the organization. Bradly is a Nonprofit Management major at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He assists with program development, the financial health of YAW, and he is developing into an excellent speaker/trainer. He is also enhancing YAW's use of social media.

Bradly's personal story is compelling and serves as a guiding light for youth who are struggling to find a meaningful identity. When a football injury ended his athletic career he was lost, but eventually found meaning and a new identity in helping other young people. Bradley shows how interns and volunteers are the heart of YoungAndWiser, Inc. 

Bradley Wilson

View this intro to our current video project. Your donations will help make the finished tutorial available to youth online.


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