Want to learn more about the STEM++ careers behind the camera? Audition to become a participant in the new Community On Demand Digital Media Network Training Program.View more
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Through our partnership with Scrapnsistas, we want to help support and motivate families to share their life and their stories through the art of Scrapbooking, Card Making, Paper Crafts, Journaling and Storytelling.
Looking for a great way to create more digital media content during Spring Break 2018? Register for the Leadership On The Beach Arrowed Up College Bus Tour!View more
Through the art of storytelling and scrapbooking, our Legacies & Millennials Circle of Storytellers will teach them how to use digital media, arts and crafts to capture and preserve precious moments and achievements that define the roots of their family tree.
Youth ages 11-24 will work with industry professionals in the arts, audio/visual technologies, digital broadcasting, livestreaming, journalism, communications, film, digital media, music technologies, and entertainment to create digital media content for the NEW! Community On Demand youth news network.View more
Atlanta CARES is excited to continue its TEN YEAR STEM CAMPAIGN and to celebrate the campaign, the SIXTH ANNUAL STEMFEST YOUTH CONFERENCE will be held at Georgia Tech on Saturday, January 13, 2018, from 9:00am – 3:00pm. Atlanta CARES, a 501c3 organization, is an affiliate of the National CARES Mentoring Movement founded by former editor in chief of Essence Magazine, Susan Taylor.View more
The Red Shirt Tour is a FREE! code-centric event featuring Microsoft’s cloud chief, Scott Guthrie. At this unique event, Scott will take the stage and code for five hours straight.
Current and future STEM++ professionals are invited to turn their STEM++ skills into your costume! Participate in our Halloween launch event and tour The Fab Lab — our new teen technology center and television production studio (sponsored in part by The Best Buy Community Foundation). Play games in our giant game zone and take pictures at our superhero selfie station. North DeKalb Mall, Oct 28th from 2pm – 6pm. Visit www.nextstepsyep.org for more info!View more
The NEXT Steps Youth Entrepreneur Program is partnering with American Kinetic, LLC to create a new SoopaFitt Health Marketing pre-apprenticeship program and service-learning project for Operation Restoration.View more
Student Life Urban Serve youth ministries shows how youth and young adults embody the secret to leading and serving by exampleView more
The 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. View more
MISSION 021617: Infiltrate Grady High School in Atlanta, GA to introduce Operation Restoration to their student body during Career DayView more
MISSION 022817: Infiltrate the AT&T Aspire Mentoring Program to introduce Operation Restoration at the “Winning On Purpose” Kickoff EventView more
You’re invited to learn more about our NEW! charitable giving youth initiative called The Junior Southern Barter Club Marketplace.View more
STEAM Wars one-day conferences turn environments into high-tech learning zones to expose 6th-12th grade & college students to Georgia’s STEM++ industries.View more
For more info: Southern Barter Club 678.546.0900 firstname.lastname@example.org NEXT Steps YEP 678.570.0398 email@example.comView more
STEM++ Career Vendors & 50 Volunteers Still Needed DragonCon/Cosplay welcomed and encouraged!!! RSVP for the Southern Barter Club Charitable Giving Launch Party Sep 8th 6-8pm Atlanta Metropolitan State College Click here to RSVPView more
It’s Our Final Push To Get The Cinderella Team — The DISCBOTS — To The FIRST State Robotics Competition The DISCBOTS‘ journey has been a real-to-life Cinderella story played out through the FIRST Robotics Program. Through hard work, determination and an unyielding desire to learn, children from over 17 countries learned how to overcome their language barriers, the trauma of their families’ relocation plight into the United States, and communication challenges that comes with having to learn English and American customs and somehow, still managed to…View more
If your family is already bored with their Spring Break, have them volunteer for the 37th Annual Sickle Cell Foundation Race Run/WalkView more
This just got real! We just received a congratulatory letter from Ms. Connie Haynes, Executive Director of Georgia FIRST.View more