The Marie K. Bogle Scholarship

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Calling all high school SENIORS in West Philly!! The Marie K. Bogle Scholarship Sponsored by Penn Volunteers in Public Service & the Business Services Division Apply for Community Service Non-Tuition Scholarship Awards up to $1,200.00 Participation Criteria: Must be a graduating senior at one of the following high schools: John Bartram Overbrook Parkway West Paul […]

How Daymon Delbridge went from Football to Engineering!

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How Daymon Delbridge went from Football to Engineering! Daymon Delbridge, a 22 year old, Temple University Engineering Graduate, has fond memories of his idillic childhood and football playing days, in Chesterfield,Virginia. “Growing up in Chesterfield, I enjoyed my childhood in this small town; I had everything I wanted or needed,” says Daymon. Like many young […]

TechCORE2 Fall 2018 Saturday Program Scholarships for (4) H.S. Young Men in Philadelphia

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TechCORE2 Fall 2018 Saturday Program Scholarships for (4) H.S. Young Men in Philadelphia “African-American men are also underrepresented in the workforce much like women and other minorities. Data from a most recent census show that in 2010, African-American men made up 6.2% of the population between 18 and 64 years old. But in the same […]

First Builders – A Philadelphia Pipeline for Black & Brown Young Adults into the Union Trades

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First Builders A Philadelphia Pipeline for Black & Brown Young Adults into the Union Trades Mr. James P. Thompson is the Chief Operations Officer of the First Builders and a newly pinned member of the 100 Black Men of Philadelphia (100BlackMenPhilly.org).  James is a leading proponent for the skilled trades as a bonafide way to […]

The Business of S.T.E.M. – iBuyBlack.org Radio Show Sunday 7/22/2018 (6 pm – 7 pm)

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The Business of S.T.E.M. Science, Technology Engineering & Introductions   Joel Wilson Ryan McCrary   Vocabulary (Dictionary.com) Business –  #3 “profit-seeking enterprise or concern.”   S.T.E.M. – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math S.T.E.A.M. – STEM + Arts Economy – #3 “the management of the resources of a community, country, etc., especially with a view to its […]

Meet The Villanova Multi S.T.E.M. Degreed Graduate. Stephanie Jones Spring 2018.

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  Stephanie Jones Villanova University Graduate Spring, 2018. Computer & Electrical Engineering, Minor Computer Science                        “Dear Joel,   Thank you for your consistent support over the years. Having the opportunity to work at Tech Core helped further my passions for stem education. I appreciate all of the […]

Biggest Secret in Overbrook Park….FREE Tech Workshops @ Overbrook Park Branch Library thru 7/17/2018

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Tech S.T.E.M. @ Overbrook Park Branch Library Tuesday, June 19th to Friday, July 17, 2018 (11:00 am – 3:00 pm) SIGN UP URL: https://goo.gl/forms/7AUfRmjCM45OLFFi1 We here at TechCORE2 at the Overbrook Park Branch Library want to provide a wonderful experience for your child this summer. We want to offer your children a variety of fun […]

Brandon Brisset Proves Persistence Pays: Temple University Spring 2018 Graduate Civil Engineering & Construction Management!

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Brandon Brisse TechCORE2 Coding Instructor, Spring 2017 & Spring 2018 Temple University Graduate, Spring 2018 Civil Engineering & Construction Management   Brandon Brisset, a native New Yorker grew up loving and tinkering with cars. “A lot of my uncles were car handy work men, and they taught me and allowed me to tinker with the […]

$1,000 2018-19 Philadelphia City Scholarship Program | Due by Feb. 24, 2018

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Octavius Catto, 19th-century Educator, scholar, writer, pioneering baseball player, and fearless civil rights activist Philadelphia City Scholarship Program application The Philadelphia City Scholarship Program awards approximately 50 college scholarships to high school seniors each year. Scholarship awards are $1,000 for each academic year for four consecutive years of full-time enrollment in accredited, four-year bachelor degree programs. […]