A monthly online technology skills development program for black students from age 9 to 14. CODING + ROBOTICS + WEB DEVELOPMENT + FUN
This program aligns with the Aspire Hub’s broad objective of connecting minority youths with opportunities for better career and health outcomes as they become successful adults, responsible citizens, and exemplary leaders.
We know that low skills perpetuate poverty and inequality. Skill development can reduce unemployment/under-employment, increase productivity, and improve living standards. We are building a vibrant community of responsible and creative black youth while also reducing high-risk behavior and increasing our youth’s circles of support.
This unique program is designed to create opportunities for Black Youth to access experiential learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields, the Program targets Black Youth between the ages of 9 and 14; older students in junior/high school can participate as well. Students will acquire practical technical skills as they transition to High School and post-secondary studies.
Technology skills help improve mathematics and writing skills while also giving students valuable problem solving and creativity skills for work and life.
In spite of what the student wants to become in the future, the knowledge of technology is useful today and can be built on for the future. It is also a way to keep the students creatively and positively engaged with their use of computers – which they already use. Our students can create websites, games, apps, and many more cool stuff.
We know that low skills perpetuate poverty and inequality. Skill development can reduce unemployment, under-employment, increase productivity and improve standards of living.
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