Through collaboration with the not-for-profit organization Midnight Basketball Australia, I created a life skills workshop which focuses on assisting individuals with creating daily schedules. Midnight Basketball Australia is a national organization that trains and supports communities to build life skills and foster confidence in teenagers. Other goals of this organization include initiatives to create and support positive mentorships and opportunities within rural and disadvantaged communities. Through their programs, Midnight Basketball Australia aims to reduce the stereotype of degenerate teenagers by reducing deviant behavior.

This paper demonstrates my collaboration with this company by outlining the basis for the positive social change it is aiming to create.1 While Midnight Basketball Australia’s workshop cannot decidedly be the cause of positive social change for teenagers, it is highly correlated with this movement.