The National Movement Association & The Movement Central Florida Inc. is a nationally focused, non-for-profit organization with 501c3 status, headquartered in Orlando, FL. The focus of the organization is to provide awareness to the next generation the importance of understanding the political process and money management. TNMA was developed as a vehicle to rethink how we educate low-to-moderate income youth how to prepare for their social and economic future. TNMA has developed several teen-centered programs to expose, educate, and elevate young adults to positive life choices. Program activities incorporate the development of life skills as they address the issues of earning and investing money, preparing one’s self for your perfect business/career.
TNMA / TMCF provides participants in-depth training and hands-on exposure to Financial Management, Political Awareness and Professional Readiness Curriculum to equip trainees with the ability to obtain greater levels of accomplishment.”you.
Recognized as a noted champion for personal empowerment, the National Movement Association takes great pride in providing world-class training to help shape and support the development of program participants.Through innovative training techniques and measurable outcomes, TNMA sets a new standard of delivery with proven results. As a non-profit 501(c)(3), TNMA has had the privilege of partnering with private companies, public entities, educational institutions, governmental agencies and other non-profit organizations to deliver a suite of services presented by seasoned professionals.
The National Movement Association and Get The 411 premier issue of The Political Scoop Magazine which will be distributed in the Central Florida areas spanning over 80 zip codes, such as bookstores, retail outlets, restaurants, apartment complexes and libraries throughout. The Magazine will be published quarterly with a mission to provide political education and resources for the community. This Magazine will target low and high voter turnout areas.
In addition to offering candidate platforms, regular columns in the glossy, full color publication will include “what are the Party affiliates,” who are the political candidates running for office in 2012. What do they stand for with regards to the community.