Life skills and activity leaders facilitate engaging activities and workshops for youth in a variety of settings. You can teach life skills so youth can build healthy habits such as cooking, cleaning, hygiene, and financial literacy. Or you can introduce youth to hobbies, such as crafting, poetry, learning a language, and dance. Additional examples of positive activities include haircuts, technology and health workshops, and career planning. The possibilities are endless. Get creative about how you’d like to help youth foster positive habits and interests!