Our clients are talented and committed individuals and organizations who share a passion for improving the lives of young people. The common thread of our consulting work involves using our experience and expertise to raise the potential of our client so that they are empowered to increase the potential of their clients – thus creating exponential results.
We help leverage our clients' abilities in four distinct – yet often interconnected – areas and each of these areas is strengthened by our commitment to focused Outreach.
Teaching is not a job; it is a calling. Our classrooms are filled with students of varying levels of academic preparation who come from many different home situations, with different language abilities, and diverse cultural backgrounds. But they all have one thing in common: given a well-prepared, well-trained, and caring teacher, they can ALL learn and they can ALL make significant academic progress while in your classroom.
Founded in 2005, Choose College Educational Foundation, Inc. (Choose College) promotes the benefits for pursuing higher education beyond high school.
Our motto, Choose College: Not Just 4 Years, Choose College 4 Life speaks to the belief that education doesn’t end in high school rather it is a lifelong journey for all. We believe that all students have the ability to academically succeed and pursue post secondary education if provided with resources, information, guidance, and support. To that end, Choose College services include youth and family programming, a public awareness campaign, and college going resources and materials.
The African American Regional Education Alliances (AAREA) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit whose overall goal is to emerge, sustain, and grow a regional collaborative network that designs and implements innovative educational services targeting the needs of African American youth and their families in the Bay Area, by engaging in meaningful conversations and reviewing best practices for improving the academic success of African American students.
AAREA is the culmination of many years of work to support educational achievement among African American students. It evolved from the Southern Alameda County Alliance of African American Educators (SACAAAE) in 2003 to the Southern Alameda County Regional Educational Alliance (SACREA) in 2006.