We believe that education is the foundation of a better life and a brighter future. We want to give back to the local community; specifically programs focused on helping the youth of the area to realize their unlimited potential in the world. In honor of winning Small Business of the year, Boire Benner Group has set up a scholastic fundraiser to celebrate education and Adirondack Coast.
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Every young mind has a gift. It’s vital that we not only acknowledge that, but work to find out what that gift is and help each child to develop it. They need to be given a chance to believe in themselves, to believe they are truly capable of anything.
By helping youth in a community, you ultimately help the community itself. Reaching and nurturing those young minds in turn creates a more diverse and educated society. This is what we have to do and the challenge we face. This is where we want to help make a difference - and we want others to join us!
At ADK P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) students earn a high school diploma, an industry-recognized associate degree and gain work experience relevant to a growing field of employment. P-TECH schools create a seamless program for students to learn academic, technical and workplace skills and knowledge that today's employers are demanding.
Students attend classes at Peru High School during Year 1-3, in "a school within a school" model, transitioning to Clinton Community College (CCC) during Year 4 to complete degree requirements in Years 5-6.
An exciting development for ADK-PTECH is the Advanced Manufacturing Institute (AMI). The AMI will be constructed on the CCC Campus thanks to a 12.7 million dollar grant through the SUNY 2020 Challenge Grant Program. ADK P-TECH students will have the opportunity to work side by side with CCC students and Industry Professionals at the AMI.
The Ted K. Center provides educational, social and recreational services to families and youth living in the Plattsburgh Housing Authority developments. They have a true commitment to helping all youth succeed.
The Center staff provide activities daily, focusing on the areas of: creativity, physical fitness and general recreation, homework completion, computer learning and nutrition education.
The goal is to creatively develop resources meeting the individual needs of youth, and many of their programs provide hands-on learning and vocational opportunities.
CVTM Robotics is a program offered by the Champlain Valley Transportation Museum.
The program promotes STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education and offers youth of the area robotics camps, FIRST programs (learning life skills through engineering and robotics activities) and demonstrations both at the museum and various locations throughout the Champlain Valley.
Nexus is a structured, social competence program for children with autism spectrum disorders, taking place after school while semesters are in progress, on the campus of Plattsburgh State.
Graduate and undergraduate psychology students work under the supervision of Dr. Patricia Egan and Ms. Andrea Martino to teach and prompt positive interactions; rewarding appropriate behavior; helping children to achieve personal goals and to monitor their own progress. This is done through activities such as games, gym and crafts.
The program serves up to 30 students ages 5 through 16 years old, who have had diagnoses of Asperger Syndrome or related disorders.
CV-TEC's mission is to prepare students for success in their chosen careers and life-long learning, including post-secondary education.
CV-TEC and its associated programs prepare adults and youth for a wide range of employment and further education opportunities. These careers may themselves require different levels of education, including: industry-recognized credentials, post-secondary certificates and two/four year degrees.
They work to equip students with core academic skills and the ability to apply those skills to concrete situations, in order to perform at the their best in the workplace and in daily activities. There's also focus on skills such as critical thinking and responsibility - both essential in employment.
The Upward Bound Program at SUNY Plattsburgh focuses on high school students from modest income households and/or whose parents are not four-year college graduates themselves. This program runs year-round and is an exciting opportunity for students with the potential to continue their education past high school.
Upward Bound students receive academic enrichment, counseling and leadership opportunities through high school graduation, all of which is funded by the U.S. Department of Education with no charge to the student or the family.
AIMS: The goal of the Believe Project is to raise money and awareness for local programs which support education.
GOAL: We are calling out to our community and offering a unique opportunity for each of you to be a part of changing the lives of young people in this area. 100% of the proceeds from each sale will be collected, divided and donated to the chosen programs.
LOCALLY PRODUCED: All of the merchandise that will be sold is produced in Keeseville, NY and Plattsburgh, NY by Loremans' Embroidery, Engraving & Screenprinting.
SHIPPING: Items will be produced and shipped per order by Loremans' in Keeseville, NY. The shipping fee is included in the price of the merchandise.
EXCHANGES / RETURN POLICY: Returns will not be accepted as each order placed will be custom printed to fit your specific order. For any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase through the Believe Store we will gladly be able to address your concerns by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.