I AM Male Mentorship Program
The “I AM” male mentorship program exposes young males to positive role models and progressive lifestyles which will inspire participants to remain in school, set positive goals for their adult lives, and build a rich relationship with God. This program targets South Carolina’s Tri-County area (Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester) 5th – 12th graders and focuses on academic excellence, character building, positive peer relationships, spiritual enrichment, and success after graduation. Students will learn positive traits like teamwork, good grooming, appearance, and positive behavior. The organization will address topics such as peer pressure, attitude, physical and cyber bullying, relationships with women, drugs, violence, etc. that will impact a young person’s decision making process and exposes participants to career, cultural, and educational opportunities.
FREE Membership for students 5th -12th Grade. Registration is Required.
Contact us at email@example.com or call 843-744-0856, ext.231.
Royal Summer Academy
A summer academy designed to prepare children ages 6 to 11 both spiritually and academically for excellence in school through continued educational and cultural enrichment experiences. The academy’s goals are to increase individual academic skills in reading and math, expose students to diverse learning experiences, develop cultural awareness, and promote spiritual values and self-esteem.
GED Preparation closed for the summer and will reopen on Monday, August 1st.
Never graduated from high school and nervous about going back to school? Now is the time to prepare to get your GED. Come to the Foundation’s GED preparation program for encouragement and help preparing for the GED examination.
Program Director: Felicia Perrineau
Time: M & W, 5:00 – 7:00
Location: Royal Baptist Church, Building 2, Upstairs, 1807 Pearson Avenue, North Charleston, SC.
Introduction to Computers
The Foundation in conjunction with Charleston County Schools’ Adult Education program now offers a class designed for people who know little to nothing about how to use a computer. This introductory computer class meets from 6:00 until 7:30 p.m. twice weekly for four consecutive weeks and it gives students a better understanding of how computers work, what they can do with a computer, what the internet is and how to use the internet in their daily lives. This class is offered three times a year.
Throughout the year, the Foundation offers workshops that bring parents together to discuss and learn more about topics of interest and concern to parents. Upcoming topics will be posted under Events so make sure to stay connected to us throughout the year as you won’t want to miss any of these outstanding workshops.
Seminar to prepare 9th – 12th grade students and their parents for the college entrance process. It covers topics such as applications, financing, entrance exams, etc.
An event designed to get students and parents focused on and excited about a successful academic year. Parents, students, and school administrators attend this event where school supplies are distributed.
An event bringing youth together to discuss topics of concern and exposing youth 6th – 12th grade to available college options. Summit held in December of each year.