REACH is an academic and career support program for middle school and high school students from low socio-economic status.
REACH ensures that youths from low-income and minority backgrounds receive opportunities to increase their chances of receiving a high school diploma and thus being ready for college and a career.
REACH focuses on improving the education and career opportunities for youths by developing partnership with local school districts and other non-profit organizations that serve youths from low-income families.
REACH provides tutoring, academic mentoring, and career coaching to under-achieving low-income students through summer, weekend, and after-school programs and assist them in becoming productive citizens.
Project Education is a program directed towards children of low-income families that subsidizes educational costs by providing school supplies, uniforms, and financial assistance for tuition and boarding.
School Supplies Drive: Project Education collects and donates school supplies to children who cannot afford.
Financial Assistance: Project Education provides financial assistance through scholarships towards tuition, boarding, and food.
GIRLS FOR STEM
Girls for STEM is a program to encourage girls from low socio-economic background to embrace STEM subjects and careers related to STEM fields.