HIGH VOLTAGE YOUTH CAMP is a 501(c) (3) corporation that provides education and recreation programs for economically disadvantaged youth. We are dedicated to helping youth realize their potential, build character, and function effectively as contributing members of society. High Voltage also works to build community collaborations, and partnerships with organizations that serve youth.
Photos from High Voltage's 2016 Thanksgiving!
Thanks to the New Orleans Hash House Harriers Red Dress Run for helping to provide Thanksgiving Dinner for Seniors at the Sojourner Truth Neighborhood Center on November 20, 2015.
The Hashers also provided us with funds for the Bags of Hope For the Homeless.
Macy's Shop For A Cause to benefit High Voltage
August 29th, 2015
High Voltage Youth Camp is excited to participate in the Macy's Shop For A Cause event. Stay tuned for more info.
Visit Macy's Shop For A Cause
High Voltage, Inc. to Participate in the Essence #2015 #BRINGTHELOVE Citywide Day of Service in New Orleans on Thursday, July 2, 2015, 9am-4pm
New Orleans, LA | June 16, 2015 – High Voltage, Inc. announces its participation in the 2015 Essence #BringTheLove Citywide Day of Service hosted by Essence, Walmart, NOLA for Life and the City of New Orleans. High Voltage, Inc. is celebrating this Citywide Day of Service by donating books and school supplies to Kipp Central City School, and Raintree Children and Family Services. High Voltage’s participation in the Citywide Day of Service is made possible through the support of donations received on GiveNOLA Day 2015.
"High Voltage Inc. has been a part of the Essence Community Corner for many years, and we are excited to be a part of the Citywide Day of Service , said Phillis Everage, Vice President of High Voltage, Inc."
Be sure to stop by our booth in the Community Corner at ESSENCE while at #ESSENCEFEST July 4th weekend! www.essencefestival.com
GiveNOLA Day! Tuesday, May 5th 2015
We appreciate the help of our friends, volunteers and donors on GiveNOLA Day! Your support raised nearly $1,000 that will provide Bags of Hope for the homeless, school supplies for youth in foster care and bring love to our booth at the Essence Music Festival 2015!
Thanks to Jared Harris!
During his participation within the Google Community Leaders program, Jared was a member of the marketing team where he did photography for Google CLP events, he designed flyers for Google CLP events, he managed their social media pages through Google plus G+ and twitter.
He provided High Voltage with photography, social media and graphic services for GiveNOLA Day 2014! He also helped train the New Orleans community as well as business owners on how to use Google tools such as, G mail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, and Google Analytics. One of his greatest achievements was assisting with the marketing team in forming the first Google Business Group in the U.S.
Not only did Jared excel in the classroom, but he was also an active leader in many organizations. As a member of Dillard University American Marketing Association (AMA), he was instrumental in successfully creating a clothing line to highlight the organization. Jared credits his leadership in this challenge to his participation in the Google Community leaders program (CLP).
Currently Jared is now the Social Media Specialist at Nissan of New Orleans where he also is responsible for graphic design, photography, and managing reviews for the dealership. Jared has recently started his business, Create Your Own Path, which provides freelance graphic and web designs, social media, videography and photography to local business owners. High Voltage, Inc. looks forward to having Jared volunteer social media assistance with GiveNOLA Day 2015!
In January High Voltage participated in the Jefferson Community Health Care Center Open Enrollment Drives in River Ridge and Marrero, Louisiana. We provided Shea products as door prizes and provided Bags of Hope to the Homeless.
Thanks for providing Thanksgiving Dinner to youth in foster care at Rain Tree Chilren and Family Services.
Adia Wallace- 2014 Xavier Graduate
Adia Wallace is a recent Class of 2014 graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana. This Jackson, Mississippi native received her Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy with a minor in Computer Science and was involved in many leadership activities, including the Student Advisory Council for the Louisiana branch of the American Association of University Women, the Google Community Leaders Program - New Orleans, and the Xavier Debate Team -- among others. She is also a Ronald E. McNair Scholar and a recent alumna of the J.S. Kemper Scholars Program and the Institute for Recruitment of Teachers Program. This fall, Ms. Wallace will be attending Harvard Graduate School of Education to pursue her Masters of Education in Technology, Innovation, and Education (TIE). She is expected to graduate in May 2015.
High Voltage to offer Girls Circle
The Girls Circle model is a research-based, best practice model developed by the Girls Circle Association (www.girlscircle.com) It is a weekly structured support group for girls from 9-18 years to encourage the development of strength, courage, confidence, honesty, and communication skills for girls.
Give NOLA Daymore info
May 3rd, 2016
GiveNOLA Day is a 24-hour, online giving event organized by the Greater New Orleans Foundation to ignite the giving community in Southeast Louisiana. Tied to a national event, Give Local America is sponsored by the Council on Foundations and technology partner Kimbia who are hosting a national giving day for hundreds of community foundations across the country on May 3, 2016.
2016 Essence Festivalmore info
June 30th - July 3rd, 2016
High-octane music performances, inspirational speakers and provocative conversations about culture.