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One of Dr. Ben Carson’s White House Envision Center’s first programs this summer is, “The Money Guide for Young Entrepreneurs” written by Dana Jewel Harris, which will be introduced to students in Fort Worth TX, Kansas City, Kansas & Kansas City, Missouri for free summer classes from June 10 to Aug. 2. Students will pick a community issue and use science, technology, engineering, art and math skills to tackle the problem.
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Gamers & Mixers is a collaborative esports game that allows players to network and develop real community involvement growth strategies for their communities.  Using our STEAM educational technology platform, you can earn digital badges, trade dollars & Skillcoin Rewards when you and your team upload digital content to share proof of your achievements during game play. Gamers are invited to join in single and team play versions first to learn the rules on how to create collective impact strategies.  Advanced game play allow gamers to convert their collective impact strategies into real fundraisers and business competitions.

All players can become members and earn cash stipends, discounts and rewards by:

•  Becoming an affiliate or making referrals
•  Uploading and selling your original content through our Pop Shop ecommerce stores
•  Hosting play dates and competitions in your schools, community centers, chambers of commerce, offices, etc.
. . . and much much more!

Learn more about our game play series and membership programs to find the one that’s right for you!


Serving Families & Communities Since 2008

We engage disenfranchised individuals through community involvement growth strategies to empower them with the life and high-demand STEAM skills needed to create, secure and retain employment opportunities within their local communities.