Techbridge Girls re-engineers the way BIPOC girls* from marginalized communities experience STEM by catalyzing out-of-school time (OST) STEM educators and STEM professionals into equity educators and advocates through training and curricula that promote access, belonging and persistence.
TalkingPoints is an education technology nonprofit with a mission to drive student success by using accessible technology to unlock the potential of family engagement in children’s education.
All Our Kin (AOK) is a national nonprofit organization that trains, supports, and sustains family child care providers. Our mission to transform the nation’s child care system results in a triple win: child care providers succeed as business owners; working parents find stable, high-quality care for their children; and children gain an educational foundation that lays the groundwork for achievement.
Through community, play and rigorous exploration, Learn Fresh leverages students’ passion for sports and entertainment to inspire their STEM and social-emotional learning.
Emergent Works interrupts the prison cycle by creating pathways into high-paying jobs in technology for formerly incarcerated people.
Kids on Point is an intense, year-round program that takes place after school, on the weekends, and in the summer. They engage kids from the time they enter the program in elementary school until they graduate high school and beyond.
Ferst Readers mission is “strengthening communities by providing quality books and literacy resources for children and their families to use at home during the earliest stages of development.” Their vision is “to create better learners, brighter futures, and stronger communities by giving every child under five access to quality books in their homes.”
UPchieve’s mission is to democratize access to academic support so that all students have an equal opportunity to finish high school, attend college, and achieve upward mobility.
CodeCrew mentors underrepresented youth to be tech innovators and leaders through practical, hands-on computer science education programs throughout Memphis.
The National Education Equity Lab works to advance economic and social mobility for high school students, particularly those in historically under-served communities, by delivering online college credit-bearing courses into teacher-led high school classrooms across the country.