What can we do?
Reduce the talent shortage and help low-income kids starting at 12 years old from households under $35,000 annual income by bringing them highly structured education, training and career path development. Businesses that donate time, employee engagement and financial commitments are getting on board now to help! State, federal and local government resources are also being tapped, and we're engaging schools to align programs with existing curriculum and teacher communications.
Businesses: Participation is about the opportunities offered by the business and time commitment possible, not simply available financial resources for donation or support.
Students and Parents: Parents must be invested in the program and support their kids in betting on the long-term career potential of continuing education.
Government: State, federal and local resources will be required. May include tax and other incentives.
Schools: Programming must be aligned with a student’s existing school curriculum.