A not-for-profit organization.


VALUE = DIVERSITY & INCLUSION 




Mission

To work in partnership with multiple stakeholders to advance inclusive career readiness programs, and innovatively transform public and affordable housing communities using value-driven models.


  • Creative Thinking: Game Based Learning
  • Innovation Lab: Mentorship
  • Cadets: Cyber journalist
  • Problem Solving: STEM Racing Challenge
  • STEM-Building and Programing Robots
  • Virtualization Simulation


  • STEM Education and Training (K-12)
  • Career Training, Planning and Development
  • General Counseling, Outreach and Fatherhood Mentoring




Community


Proudly powering the National

STEM Innovation Networks & Collaboration Platform


Partnership












Our business model process for 21st Century Workforce development is obtained through Collective Impact. Diverse individuals, organizations and community leaders embrace synergy to develop, implement and sustain innovative strategies to encourage youth personal and professional development. Our STEM Innovation Network partnerships warrant service opportunities for youth to learn and acquire hands on high technical STEM skills through non-paid and paid internships within their perspective organizations.

Supportive Services

JROTC STEM LEADERSHIP ACADEMY


Designed to increase awareness and interest in STEM career opportunities and foster academic competencies in specific STEM fields.  It will also serve to provide educational empowerment by cultivating student attitudes, aspirations and behaviors to embrace change and innovation with assertiveness and conviction. 


Creating Education Opportunities

Partnership

Your contribution in time is needed. Are you community oriented and looking to make a positive influence? Help join our mission for community advancement by becoming part of our "Collective Impact" movement.

Our Advantages

The 360 Cradle to Careers partnership provides a program continuum to support communities improve the quality of life for youth and families by inspiring, exciting, and engaging students living in public and affordable housing communities and underserved demographics in the diverse and challenging fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The goal is to provide exposure and encourage students to pursue an education and subsequent careers in STEM resulting in higher academic performances and improved economic forecasts for participants in underrepresented demographics.  We provide approaches that employ innovative strategies or target particular niches that have yielded significant impacts. Lastly, we provide academic and social support and integration to students in STEM fields regardless of their racial or ethnic background, yet promote greater awareness, access, participation and support among underrepresented minority students.


Development











Our community development tier is proof that Collective Impact works. Paid internships allow our program participants to implement acquired geospatial technical skills from our classroom into STEM career fields. Our youth build and or restore architectural structures within cities nationwide. They transform living facilities into safe, environmental friendly and energy efficient Smart geospatial designs  with the assistance of our STEM Innovation Network partnerships.    

Empowerment












We provide access and motivation to improve access to all postsecondary education and technical training and increase underrepresented minority student awareness of and motivation for STEM education and careers through improved information, counseling, and outreach. We educate parents and prepare community children for school through preschool and early education programs that develop reading readiness, provide early mathematics skills, and introduce concepts of creativity and discovery. Our program continuum include academic courses, workshops and seminars, career counseling, and social activities that have positive effects on persistence, as well as positive effects on academic skills, test scores, first-year retention, and graduate rates.