In the new information economy, those who know how to access information, to understand it, to apply it, and to articulate it both through the spoken and written word will succeed, while those who do not have these skills will find few employment opportunities.
Employers believe that creativity is increasingly important in the American workplace. Our schools need to rise to the challenges of the 21st Century, and we as alumni need to reach back to help them.
We are bringing the city's generations of public school alumni together to support student literacy, arts education, and college success. Together, through donations and volunteerism, we can ensure our city’s students are equipped for the future.
To support this work, please learn more about how you can give back.