Former Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is continuing his tour through the Capital Region on Tuesday and will spend the day at Siena College. 

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As part of the Turn 2 Foundation, Jeter will be a part of workshops and seminars with 100 area high students who are all part of the Jeter's Leaders programs. The emphasis of the day's activities will be regarding bullying and cyberbullying, how to combat it, and empowering the youth to confront it head on.

Jeter's Leaders is the main initiative behind the Turn 2 Foundation and is part of the 2015 Jeter's Leaders Social Change Week.

On Monday, the efforts began upstate as the Turn 2 Foundation and it's Jeter's Leaders spent time at Platroon Land Farm in Voorheesville, learning how to grow and harvest food, along with assembling fresh fruit to be delivered to local soup kitchens, food pantries and shelters.

The Turn 2 Foundation has been around since 1996 and has raised more than $20 million that has gone towards the efforts of turning teens away from negative temptations in life, like drugs and alcohol, and assisting them in leading a successful life.

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