LA Promise Fund
The mission of the LA Promise Fund (LAPF) is to prepare Los Angeles students for success in college, career, and life.
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- LEARN ·2023 Grants Challenge
Created to address the diversity pipeline problem within the STEAM industries, Hello Future is an interactive experience designed to EXPOSE, EXPLORE, and ENGAGE 1,000 students from middle and high school by bringing them together with entrepreneurs and creators, tech innovators, and decision makers. Hello Future is here today to mobilize tomorrow.
- LEARN ·2022 Grants Challenge
We will expand ASAS-LA’s programming at Russell Westbrook Why Not? High School (WHS) in Bell, operated by LAPF by adding a 3-day per week STEAM component to the expanded learning program that aligns with the regular day science curriculum. Students will design and implement STEAM service learning projects to positively impact their community, gain critical foundational 21st Century skills and raise their awareness about STEAM careers.
- PLAY ·2021 Grants Challenge
Why Not? Play in South LA addresses play equity. In South LA, youth do not have the same access to sports programs as their more affluent peers. LA Promise Fund has partnered with NBA star Russell Westbrook to operate the Russell Westbrook Why Not? Academy in South LA, with a shared vision centered on the needs of the whole child, striving to support students as athletes, activists and academic achievers. LA2050 funding will support the “athletes” component of this vision, helping us to build a robust sports program.
- LEARN ·2016 Grants Challenge
The Intern Project will expose an additional 50 high school juniors located within the newly established South Los Angeles Promise Zone to paid internship opportunities in high growth career fields.