school service options

Mentoring Service 

Time frame of service? Full school year or Semester
How is presentation delivered? In person or virtually/Twice per month
Grade Levels serviced? 5th – 12th
Number of Students Serviced? Grade Level or Total number of students
What’s covered in the sessions? Students will cover Developing Great Study habits, Being Successful in High School, Character Building, Credit and Budgeting, Job Interviewing Skills, Cooperation and Effort, and many other topics.

Engage your students

Once or twice per month these workshops provide a great way to give students something different to look forward to. Classroom size groups and small groups are a great fit for these workshops. These workshops help students apply what they learn in school to real life scenarios. Group mentoring sessions cover a topics such as character building, getting the most out of high school, smart social media, technology and careers, financing college and credit basics. These workshops range from 30 minutes to 60 minutes and completely engage students as they complete workshops and participate in discussion. Here are a list of the topics covered:

Being Successful in High School

Smart Social Media

Credit and Budgeting

Technology and Careers

All About College/Financing College

Developing Great Study Habits

How much does it cost? Determine the grade level and number of students you want to service and we’ll be happy to provide you with a quote. Click here to get a quote.

How do schools pay for service? Schools generally pay for services through Title I, SIG, or their district. You may be able to request services through organizations in your area such as Upward Bound, Talent Search or GEAR UP. 

STEAM Services

Time frame of service? Full school year or Semester
How is presentation delivered? In person or virtually/Twice per month
Grade Levels serviced? 5th – 12th
Number of Students Serviced? Grade Level or Total number of students
What’s covered in the sessions? Schools have three options or a combo package: Design and Laser Printing, Exploring Drones, and DIY Tech. Students will use Adobe Illustrator to create designs to be printed on a laser printer in Design and Laser Printing. Students build, program and fly drones in Exploring Drones. Students will assemble electronics using small solar panels and other electronics in DIY Tech.

STEAM Options

Solar Power and Components – Students learn about solar power, circuits, batteries and more while while getting useful tools they can use at home.

Exploring Drones – Students assemble, program and fly drones. Students experience FPV(First Person View), programming and work on the flight simulator.

Create with Glowforge – Creating with Glowforge allows students to use Adobe Illustrator to create and bring their designs to life on the Glowforge laser printer. Our mentors guide students throught the process to help them understand how the Adobe software is used to create amazing Glowforge projects. During the school year students may do from six to nine projects. 

How much does it cost? Determine the grade level and number of students you want to service and we’ll be happy to provide you with a quote. Click here to get a quote.

How do schools pay for service? Schools generally pay for services through Title I, SIG, or their district. You may be able to request services through organizations in your area such as Upward Bound, Talent Search or GEAR UP. 

Individual Workshops and camps (Day Service or Short Camp)

Time frame of service? 90 minutes up to four, three-hour sessions
How is presentation delivered? In person or virtually/Frequency Varies
Grade Levels serviced? 5th – 12th
Number of Students Serviced? Grade Level or Total number of students
What’s covered in the sessions? Organizations have three options or a combo package: Design and Laser Printing, Exploring Drones, and DIY Tech. Students will use Adobe Illustrator to create designs to be printed on a laser printer in Design and Laser Printing. Students build, program and fly drones in Exploring drones. Students will assemble electronics using small solar panels and other electronics in DIY Tech.

How much does it cost? Determine the grade level and number of students you want to service and we’ll be happy to provide you with a quote. Click here to get a quote.

How do schools pay for service? Schools generally pay for services through Title I, SIG, or their district. You may be able to request services through organizations in your area such as Upward Bound, Talent Search or GEAR UP. 

Professional Development

Time frame of service? 2hr – 8hrs
How is presentation delivered? In person or virtually
Who’s serviced? Faculty and Staff
Number of Faculty Serviced? Varies depending on event
What’s covered in the sessions? Teachers will learn topics on engaging students as well as in class activities that improve engagement. Teachers will discuss the impact of Social Media in the classroom and ways to help student reduce screen time and improve grades. Teachers will also learn about communication styles and how to improve communication with other staff members.

How much does it cost? Determine the grade level and number of students you want to service and we’ll be happy to provide you with a quote. Click here to get a quote.

How do schools pay for service? Schools generally pay for services through Title I, SIG, or their district. 

Parent Workshops

Time frame of service? 1hr – 3hrs
How is presentation delivered? In person or virtually
Who’s serviced? Parents
Number of Parents Serviced? Varies depending on event
What’s covered in the sessions? Our Parent Power Workshop is a great way to inform parents about the vital role they play in preparing their young adult for college. Whether you have 8th graders headed to high schools or high school junior making preparation for college this workshop can be a game changer. Parents are given information on graduation requirements, and the importance of checking each semester to make sure their young adult is on the path to graduation. Parents are also educated on to effectively build a resume in high school. We also expose parents to the different types of financial aid available for students. As educators we play a role in keeping parents engaged and this workshop will surely help parents see you are committed to helping them stay informed. During the parenting workshop we will discuss the following topics:

  • Helping students set goals
  • Helping students create a routine at home
  • Understanding graduation requirements 
  • Helping your child build a high school resume
  • Looking for scholarship opportunities
  • Understanding AP, IB and Dual Enrollment
  • Developing skills at home
  • Reviewing what you look like on paper

How much does it cost? Determine the grade level and number of students you want to service and we’ll be happy to provide you with a quote. Click here to get a quote.

How do schools pay for service? Schools generally pay for services through Title I, SIG, or their district. You may be able to request services through organizations in your area such as Upward Bound, Talent Search or GEAR UP. 

 

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