After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles
The mission of After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles is to educate, enlighten, and inspire young people by providing dynamic and exciting opportunities for their success, while cultivating self-esteem, leadership and respect to help build healthier communities.
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- LEARN ·2022 Grants Challenge
The purpose of the program is to provide underserved youth with access to STEAM based enrichment programming that builds fundamental coding skills; offers opportunities to use those skills to successfully complete robotics, engineering and web design projects; and participate in the annual Beyond Science Fair. It will also expose approximately 300 K-12 students (of whom 98% are youth of color and 92% are economically disadvantaged) to college and career opportunities in STEAM fields.
- LEARN ·2020 Grants Challenge
CampUS is an innovative summer program to prepare incoming 9th graders for success and an experience in college life. Students spend a week with a hands-on true college experience on a local college campus. They move into the dorms, eat in the cafeterias and take classes in college lecture halls. Through this immersive program, students are offered exciting courses on how to succeed in high school, and what to expect when start their college career.
- LEARN ·2019 Grants Challenge
WAR curriculum teaches students: how to succeed in high school; their high school options; how to study, plan, and stay organized; how to take notes; an introduction to college applications and college campuses; how to build a resume; and numerous career options matching the education requirements. The culmination, CampUs will allow students to attend a 5 day camp that focuses on high school success, the importance of college, college applications, leadership skills, and career panels.
- LEARN ·2015 Grants Challenge
After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles wants to support our youth as they move through the toughest transition, middle school to high school, and make life-changing decisions that will determine their paths in high school and beyond. We want to continue to mentor our students in their high school years and provide them an opportunity to also mentor the future and make a difference. Through this program, students will become successful and active community members in the city of Los Angeles.