Designed to help students and families lay a strong foundation for creating career goals and identifying appropriate educational and career opportunities.
21st Century Scholars exposes students and their families to resources and activities that include the development of soft skills through partnerships such as the AT&T Career Exploration program, enrichment activities, college and employment application process, job shadowing, etc.
Designed to provide African American and other boys the opportunity to participate in a life altering mentoring experience, both school and community based, beginning in the second grade and lasting through the senior year in high school.
The project aims to provide a one-on-one relationship with a caring adult and enrichment activities designed to improve family and peer relationships, alcohol and drug prevention, and to address sexual behavior.
To learn more about our African American Male Initiative, visit: aamicis.org
Through the United Way and the Edward M. Armfield, Sr. Foundation, SAS provides research based after school activites for children in grades K-8
Activities include but are not limited to:
Successs In Schools Using Community Resources: