A simple method to teach reading, writing and basic math to illiterate adults in a short amount of time.
Viernes Culturales will host a 5 hour workshop for underprivileged young women.
We will have speakers from all walks of life who understand these young women and who will have
concrete situations that will impact our attendees.
Our focus is the Little Havana area as we are a staple in the community which is lacking these programs.
Our aim is to guide, sponsor, mentor these young ladies in all walks of their lives.
Quick Response codes, QR codes, will be created and placed on the existing labels of each of the plant specimens in the park. By using their Smartphones, visitors will be taken to the Park website where additional material can be accessed.
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Combining the expertise of teachers and volunteer mentors from the business community and the University of Miami Law school, the first six months of the Empowered Youth (EY) Program are dedicated to teaching life skills and building character as a dropout prevention and academic performance improvement for students at-risk of failing, quitting school, ending up in prison or dead in the streets. During the second six ...more »
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Women of Tomorrow helps at-risk girls overcome obstacles, gain skills, improve academic performance, graduate from high school and go on to higher education and lives of greater opportunity. Our program includes group mentoring sessions, supportive peer relationships, career-focused field trips and specialized college campus visits, all designed to encourage girls to stay in school and aim high. Our efforts prevent dropouts, ...more »
Founded by FORD Fashion Stylist Rachael Russell and a group of philanthropic-minded young professionals, Style Saves raises funds to help underprivileged students. In collaboration with The Miami Foundation, Style Saves works with local retail stores, designers, and boutiques to provide kids of all ages with back-to-school basics like clothing, uniforms, shoes, accessories, and prescription eyewear. In 2014, over 1,500 ...more »