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Tony Davis

Tony Davis

The M.A.D.E MOGULS Youth Program is a weekly 12 week program that consists of a series of informative exercises, guest speakers, presentations, and hands on activities. Our program uses fun and engaging tools such as sports and pop culture to teach students the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, and the basics of starting a business. The objective of this program is to provide a unique experience for youth to gain valuable hands-on experience in entrepreneurship, while building character and developing valuable transferable life skills.
Galicia Guerrero

Galicia Guerrero

Two Degrees connects teens to STEM professionals, opportunities and resources. We help students bridge the STEM gap by providing tools to identify and develop strengths, assistance with creating an actionable STEM plan, and connections to a network of STEM professional across the country. Bridge Coaches are professionals in STEM careers that provide informal guidance and support as students explore STEM opportunities.
Susan Kelly

Susan Kelly

EnTeam serves schools by providing educational games that build academic skills and improve the learning environment by measuring cooperative performance. Students learn how to study together and bring out the best in each other.
Keisha Mabry

Keisha Mabry

Bridgit2College turns college dreams into reality by bridging the gap between college acceptance and college attendance…college-intending students have 50-60 tasks to complete when transitioning from high school to college; Bridgit makes it easy to navigate this complex process by empowering students, counselors and adult influencers with research-based tools and resources.
Mike McQueen

Mike McQueen

Hundreds of K-12 schools across the country are battling accreditation problems, including 13 school districts in Missouri. Teachers in these schools don’t often get enough support or professional development. Sadly, only about 20% – 30% of students in these schools are proficient in reading. To address this literacy crisis, I am planning to create an online, self-paced course for teachers called, “Project-Based Learning for Struggling Readers.” The goal of my course is to help teachers learn how to implement Project-Based Learning through techniques that will specifically increase student achievement in reading. I want to show teachers how to improve reading performance by connecting students with real-life topics that promote self-directed learning, guided inquiry, and innovative technology. Ultimately, I want my course to help struggling schools avoid the nightmare of losing accreditation. This online course will help many struggling students and teachers along the path of lifelong literacy.

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