NSPIE University Community Clean-Up & Move-In Event
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NSPIE University Fundraising CampaignOur goal is to raise between $297,000 - $565,000 to hire part-time and full-time staff and train 150 students using our NSPIE University online learning management and Digital Badge & Skillcoin Rewards Micro-Credentialing Systems for a 12-month operation.$0.00 donated of $565,000.00 goal
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The NEXT Steps Youth Entrepreneur Program has finally found a new home to launch our new NEXT Steps Partners In Education University programs. Special thanks to the Cross Assembly of God Church located at 3363 Midway Road in Decatur, GA 30032.
Our goal is to launch NSPIE University (pilot) on September 1, 2017 with 20 students ages 17+.
Service Event Details
July 11 – August 30, 2017
Daily between 9:00am – 3:30pm
Cross Assembly Church of God
3363 Midway Road
Decatur, GA 30032
Dr. Terry M. Segovis, Principal
Pastor Ng Mungbawi
Cross Assembly Church of God
Similar to the original Atwood Community Gardens & Urban Farm Park, we’ve got a little cleaning up to do. The facility is very nice but needs quite a bit of work to get it functionally sound to facilitate our operation. We are asking for loving hands and hearts to come and provide volunteer services and to partner with us to offer quality programs and services. Activities include:
- Painting everything
- Cleaning the carpets
- Building a stage
- Repairing original features
- Installing new or repairing old air conditioning units
- Grounds work (trees)
- Painting lines for the parking lot
- Planting a garden
- Installing Wi-fi wiring
- Creating a computer center
- Creating a print shop
- Creating a shared kitchen
- Creating multi-purpose classrooms
- Installing edible landscaping
- Replacing old toilets and sinks
- Installing a new playground
- Washing windows
- Pressure washing and painting doors
- Repairing/Replacing old ceiling tiles
VOLUNTEERS & DONATIONS WELCOMED
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Social Return On Investment (SROI)
• Number of participants needed: 150
• Number of service hours: 224
• Number of service days: 56
• Number of digital badges in play: 68
• Fundraising Goal: $10,000
• Skillcoin Rewards™ earnings pool: $2,180
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We finally found a new home!July 13, 2017The NEXT Steps Youth Entrepreneur Program has finally found a new home to launch our new NEXT Steps Partners In Education University programs. We will be operating out of the Cross Assembly of God Church located at 3363 Midway Road in Decatur, GA 30032.
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