Jose Yenque founded Arts for a Better Tomorrow after 13 years of mentoring the youth in Tijuana orphanages and seeing that there was a need for a new approach to help our youth.
At the age of 14 years, Yenque’s life was turned around by the transformative power of theater when a drama workshop helped him overcome a severe stuttering and obesity problem.
Thanks to this life-changing experience, Yenque has a passion for helping teens make it through those difficult years, using art as a vehicle for development of life skills and self-confidence.
WHO ARE WE
Arts for a Better Tomorrow (ABT) is a bi-national, non-denominational, non-profit 501(c) 3
organization, created and founded by Actor/Producer/Humanitarian Jose Yenque.
Guided by its Board of Directors, ABT brings together a group of talented professionals dedicated to advancing the organization’s Mission and Vision.
Artists, social sciences, mental health professionals, and university faculty jointly develop ABT’s curriculum.
A team of skilled artists, educators, and university student interns from the U.S. and Mexico facilitates ABT workshops and programming.
Key to our success is the integration of young ABT graduates into the decision-making and programming process of the organization.
Our graduates provide a unique and crucial perspective and develop ongoing leadership and career skills by giving back to them
Arts for a Better Tomorrow harnesses the transformational power of the arts, to provide
underserved youth with life skills, academic readiness, and a strategic path to a healthy,
productive, and self-sustaining future.
Expand ABT’s outreach to diverse underserved communities, where young disadvantaged people
will have equitable access to a bright future
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