Annually over 200 middle school students are introduced to after-school activities and careers in science, technology, engineering, medicine, and mathematics (STEMM) and Robotics.

Since 2011, over 1400 persons in the community participated in personal financial literacy programs, receiving information and access to financial experts.

More than 1000 formerly incarcerated men between 18 and 40 received assistance in acquiring literacy skills to earn their GED’s, and to acquire skills that will enable them to be gainfully employed.

More than 600 persons in community participated in three-dimensional arts and culture program, including curated, juried art exhibition, symposium, and pilgrimage to slave cemetery.