M-PowerHouse offers a multidisciplinary approach designed to address the educational, social, economic and health factors through S.T.E.A.M. and life skills that often present barriers to educational opportunities and career choices for underserved youth.
The S.T.E.A.M. and Adult/Youth Symposium enables us to obtain data by way of surveys and questionnaires that help determine the attitudes, behaviors, beliefs, and competencies of the symposium participants about economic, educational, and health factors. With this information, a needs assessment can be performed and acted upon by the future M-PowerHouse Enrichment Center.
The M-Powerhouse Interactive S.T.E.A.M. and Life Skills Curriculum builds trust by infusing career, human, and capital resources into the schools and neighborhoods. It also provides a means by which concerned individuals and organizations in the fields of education, healthcare, business, and law enforcement can establish a consistent and trustworthy relationship with the community.
Undergraduate & Graduate
M-PowerHouse has a cadre of undergraduate and graduate students that assist in program development and delivery. These undergraduate and graduate students also function as mentors and coaches for the youth. This improves the quality of life of the participants and has a positive social and educational impact on environment and community by addressing important issues at their root.
What makes M-PowerHouse unique is the direct investment of human and capital resources that we place into the community to follow-up and follow through on addressing the serious factors that create youth violence, sexually transmitted diseases, employment etiquette, and financial literacy. The alternative to curb the social ills that effect youth is the S.T.E.A.M. and Life Skills program.