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FAST Track | www.fasttrack-atl.com
 

FAST Track is a rigorous nine-month youth development program that exposes talented high school students to the hottest careers available to  them today. Beginning in September, students meet with professional mentors twice a month and focus on developing skills in three key areas: personal development, career exploration and personal money management.

WE CODE | www.we-code.org
 

WE CODE is our technology initiative aimed at supporting middle and high school after-school programs develop student-based coding clubs.  By providing professional speakers, funds and other volunteer support, we are helping to expose students to careers in the technology field.

Atlanta Summer Business Institute | www.AtlantaSBI.org


Atlanta Summer Business Institute aims to be the source for salaried summer corporate internships for local committed corporate partners. Our goal is to develop and place talented underrepresented high students from disadvantaged backgrounds in business and industry.  Through our specialized professional development process, we will prepare and match our students with our corporate partners.  

Right Path | www.myRightPath.org


myRightPath is a suite of personal finance and career services targeting local families and youth. The programs and services are designed to promote proper use of traditional financial services, create a college-going culture and prepare for family self-sufficiency. RightPath focuses on empowering participants and families and equipping them with the necessary tools needed for upward mobility.

Georgia Partners Achieving Student Success | www.GAPASS.org


Georgia Partners Achieving Student Success  - Its mission is to unite Georgia communities in a collective pursuit of student success. Our strategy is focused on developing regional collaboratives based on the emergent cellular model.


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Money Smart Week Georgia  | LINK

Money Smart Week began as a coordinated effort of the Money Smart Advisory Council, a diverse group of more than 40 Chicago-area organizations working together to promote personal financial literacy. The Chicago Fed convened the Council's first meeting in July 2001, during which members agreed to share resources and ideas to achieve greater public awareness of the programs and services available in the city of Chicago.