Programs that focus on building language, literacy, and comprehensive education and support for children and families. Produced by organizations such as Reach Out and Read, Reading is Fundamental, Head Start, and Child Care Aware.
Programs that focus on early literacy, basic math and science concepts, and health and wellness. Produced by organizations such as Junior Achievement, Council for Economic Education, Let’s Move!, and Action for Healthy Kids.
Programs that build on early literacy and math skills, introduce financial literacy, and continue to promote health and wellness. Produced by organizations such as the National Science Foundation, Project Lead the Way, and the Council for Economic Education.
Programs that focus on STEM education, social-emotional learning, financial literacy, and health and wellness. Produced by organizations such as CASEL, The Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, EverFi, and HOPSports.
Programs that focus on college readiness, including college applications, financial aid, and career exploration. Produced by organizations such as College Advising Corps and the College Board.
Programs that build on college readiness skills and introduce career and technical education. Produced by organizations such as SkillsUSA and the National Career Development Association.
Programs that provide vocational training and work-based learning opportunities. Produced by organizations such as CareerWise Colorado and the National Academy Foundation.
Programs that focus on job placement, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy for college and beyond. Produced by organizations such as the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship and the National Endowment for Financial Education.
Programs that support families in planning and paying for college, including college savings plans, scholarships, and financial aid resources. Organizations such as College Board, FAFSA, and the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators offer programs for families.
Programs that provide financial education and support for parents, such as budgeting, saving, and investment strategies. Organizations such as the National Endowment for Financial Education and the Financial Planning Association offer programs for parents.
Programs that offer education and guidance for effective asset management and intergenerational wealth transfer, including financial planning, investment strategies, risk management, estate planning, wills, and trusts. Organizations like the CFA Institute, the Financial Planning Association, the American Bar Association, and the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils provide various programs and resources to help individuals and families manage their wealth and learn about estate planning and other legal aspects of transferring wealth across generations.
Programs that encourage families to give back to their communities through charitable giving and legacy planning. Organizations such as the Council on Foundations and the National Center for Family Philanthropy offer programs for families.
Programs that connect individuals with experienced professionals in their desired field to provide guidance and support. Organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters and the National Mentoring Partnership offer mentorship programs.
Programs that help individuals identify their interests and strengths, explore different career paths, and develop job search skills. Organizations such as the National Career Development Association and CareerOneStop offer programs for career exploration.
Programs that provide vocational training and job-specific skills for individuals seeking employment in a particular field. Organizations such as Goodwill Industries and vocational schools offer job training programs
Programs that help individuals build skills and knowledge to advance their careers, such as leadership training, public speaking, and continuing education. Organizations such as the Society for Human Resource Management and industry-specific associations offer professional development programs.
Programs that provide education and support for individuals interested in entrepreneurship, including entrepreneurship courses and competitions. Organizations such as the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship and the Kauffman Foundation offer entrepreneurial education programs.
Programs that help individuals develop and refine their business plans, including market research, financial planning, and marketing strategies. Organizations such as SCORE and the Small Business Development Center offer business planning programs.
: Programs that provide resources and support for early-stage entrepreneurs, such as shared workspace, mentorship, and networking opportunities. Organizations such as Y Combinator and 1871 offer incubation and acceleration programs.
Programs that help individuals secure funding and capital for their business ventures, including grants, loans, and venture capital. Organizations such as the Small Business Administration and the National Association of Small Business Investment Companies offer funding and capital programs.
Programs that provide a collaborative space for industry experts to develop and test new ideas and technologies. Organizations such as Google X and the GE Global Research Center offer innovation labs.
Programs that focus on promoting economic development and growth, such as job creation, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Experts from organizations such as the National Association for Business Economics and the International Economic Development Council can gather to discuss industry impact and share insights and best practices with up and coming companies and projects in this area.
Programs that convene industry leaders to discuss current challenges and opportunities and identify solutions to common problems. Organizations such as the National Association of Manufacturers and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development offer industry roundtables.