Youth Empowerment Project of the Ozarks

The mission of the Youth Empowerment Project (YEP) is to empower youth to positively impact their community through education, service, fundraising, and grantmaking.

YEP Chapters

Aurora High School Youth Empowerment Project

Bakersfield Youth Empowerment Project

Benton County Youth Empowerment Project

Billings Youth Empowerment Project

Carthage Youth Empowerment Project

Clinton START/Youth Empowerment Project

Conway Youth Empowerment Project

Couch YEP (of the Coalition for Ozark Living Traditions)

Dadeville Youth Empowerment Project

Douglas County Youth Empowerment Leadership Program

Eldon High School Youth Empowerment Project

Hollister Youth Empowerment Project

Joplin South Middle School Youth Empowerment

Koshkonong Youth Empowerment Project

Lockwood Youth Empowerment Program

Logan-Rogersville Youth Empowerment Project

Malta Bend Youth Empowerment Project

Mansfield Youth Gardening Project

Marshfield Junior High YEP

McAuley High School Youth Empowerment

Monett Youth Empowerment Project

Mountain Grove YEP

Nixa Youth Empowerment Project

Norwood Youth Empowerment Project

Youth Empowerment Project of Ozark (YEPO)

Ozark County/Gainesville Youth Empowerment Project

Purdy Youth Empowerment and Leadership Project

Reeds Spring Youth Empowerment Project

Rogersville Eats Amazing Produce (Youth Gardening Project)

Sarcoxie Youth Empowerment Project

Seymour Youth Empowerment Project

Youth Empowerment Project of Sherwood (YEPS)

Skyline R-II Middle School Youth Empowerment Project

St. James Youth Empowerment Project

Stockton Teen Empowerment Project

Willow Springs Youth Empowerment Project