1993 - Tyrone Bridges founded the Behavior Workshop (BWs) in Ypsilanti, Michigan
1994 - Behavior Workshop (BWs) became incorporated.
1993 - 1995 Mr. Bridges as a motivational speaker, began "Voices from the Streets", a drug/gang violence awareness seminar for schools.
1994 - Behavior Workshop & WCC African American Student Association hosted the 1st Annual Pre-Thanksgiving Community Dinner at Perry School Gymnasium in Ypsilanti, Michigan. The dinner offered a free Thanksgiving Meal to the homeless, low-income families, senior citizens, and veteran's in Ypsilanti.
1995 - Mr. Bridges created an after-school computer building program called C.A.P.S. Computer Assistance Program Scholarship.
2013 - American Black Journal PBS of Detroit, hosted By Stephen Henderson, featured Tyrone Bridges & two students who created the Inter-generational Youth Lead Senior Computer Tutoring Program, aiming to bridge the digital divide between low-income families, senior citizens, and disabled veterans.
2013 - Behavior Workshop C.A.P.S. Student Tutor's recognized by Mayor Paul T. Schreiber & City Council for creating the Inter-generational Youth Lead Computer Tutoring Program for Senior Citizens at the Melvin T. Walls Manor Residential Facility in Ypsilanti Township, Michigan.
2014 - Behavior Workshop hosted the 20th Annual Pre-Thanksgiving Community Dinner at Perry School Gymnasium in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
2016 - Chevy Detroit Champions recognizes Tyrone Bridges over 2 decades later the Behavior Workshop continues to help guide youths towards a brighter future, while creating a computer literate community.
Our new student leadership initiative is for students in grades 9th through 12th. The program is designed to build the next generation of student community leaders within Ypsilanti Township and Washtenaw County. We are currently seeking to recruit 20 to 30 high school students for the program.
Student Ambassador Program