There are many types of investments: stocks, bonds, real estate, commodities such as wheat, corn, orange juice and even currency. There is also the investment in Human Capital. When America was truly great, it invested highly in human capital, such as education, and paved the way for technological, scientific, and financial advancements throughout our history. Our mission is to invest once more in the human capital of the next generations, and develop the talent and opportunities for the future global lead-ers, scientists, engineers and innovators.
We choose to invest in the potential of the younger generations who live in economically underserved and underutilized areas, so that they may pass their knowledge and experiences onto others and improve their communities.
In the spirit of our commitment to excellence, we also encourage our students to maintain an average grade point average of 3.6, and encourage them to pursue Advance Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses in addition to the experience provided to them within the program.
We believe the results speak for themselves, as our students have been acknowledged by the state for their achievements, aptitude, commitment, and progress in regards to financial literacy, economics and STEM.
Every day in the US, 10,000 people reach the age of 65, and will continue to until 2033, making it imperative to train and prepare our youth to succeed in the future work force—to maintain stability and economic empowerment. With your support we can continue to build future leaders and innovators to better shape our future.