Educational Life Skills

Empowerment life skills workshops, seminars, and in-person and remote learning will provide the opportunity to develop better decision-making and problem-solving skills. Along with creative thinking and critical thinking, effective communication, and how to better manage their lives and be able to cope with their emotions and stress. It strengthens the ability of an individual to meet the needs and demands of everyday life in today’s world.

Financial Literacy

We know why financial literacy is important: the core concepts – how to spend, save and borrow, how to invest and accumulate wealth – promote financial independence. Why we teach financial literacy is just as important as what we teach. We need to invest in education for youths in underserved communities to develop this skill set. Financial literacy empowers communities. It will lead to a stronger and more educated workforce, which translates into a lower crime rate, and less stress in our lives. In financially capable communities, everyone benefits.

Robotics- S.T.E.M

This program will connect students with science and robotics experts offering an exciting hands-on experience that reflects the scientific processes. Using various activities, the students will learn science and technology skills, and teamwork. Building robots engage the student’s imagination to train them in how to construct their robot. Robotics will teach additional skills and principles such as critical thinking, problem-solving, interactive engagement, organization, perseverance, and learning from failures. This program will prepare the students to compete in the global market.

Where’s My Key

Where’s My Key is a piloted program that addresses the mental wellness of one of our nation’s most vulnerable and misrepresented populations-homeless and transient youth. The program, Where’s My Key, is both a proactive and reactive therapeutic intervention for school-aged youth experiencing homelessness and housing instability. Our goal is to improve the social and emotional well-being of all students encountering this deficit in their basic needs. By using an evidence-based curriculum, students will engage in incentive-based projects and assessments.

Wellness Self-Care

The Wellness Self-Care program is being a lifelong learner through workshops, seminars, and in-person and remote learning which will provide the opportunity to develop better decision-making and problem-solving skills, where the individuals will learn how to set boundaries, how to take a step back, how to put themselves first, learning how to say NO and learning to forgive themselves.