MILLIONAIRE MIND KIDS
21st Century Learning & Family Resource Center
PREPARING FUTURE LEADERS FOR THE 21st CENTURY WORKFORCE
Millionaire Mind Kids’ mission is to collaborate with educators, businesses, government and community to provide educational programs to under-served students, expose them to 21st Century college majors and careers which they are underrepresented, and prepare them to graduate technically proficient, college, career, work-force, military ready and prepared to transition into contributing citizens.
We are a 501(c)(3) organization.Learn More About MMK
STUDENT ACADEMY & SUMMER PROGRAM
Our high-interest student academies are designed to improve student academic achievement through engaging enrichment opportunities. These opportunities reinforce and complement schools' academic programs. Our core curriculum focuses on whole families from cradle to career by providing literacy and related educational development services, intervention, and support programs.Learn More About Academies
PARENT & FAMILY ACADEMY
Our workshop series are designed to give parents the tools and resources necessary to ensure their child's success in K-12, college, career, military, and life. We offer workshop series surrounding financial empowerment, family wellness, mental health, life skills, understanding the school system, and more.Join Our Parent & Family Academy
REIMAGINE OUR COMMUNITIES (ROC)
ROC is designed to train future leaders to engage in strategically informed and effective advocacy and activism. The goal is to empower communities and their citizens to pursue positive changes politically, economically, and socially.Learn More About ROC
We Need Your Help To Establish A High Desert Black Worker Center.
Reimagine Our Communities’ (ROC) “Working While Black!” Survey: Establishing a "High Desert Black Worker Center" (HDBWC)
This survey is being conducted by Reimagine Our Communities (ROC). We created this survey to determine the need for a High Desert Black Worker Center (HDBWC) in the High Desert area in San Bernardino County, including Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia, Oak Hills, Phelan, and Victorville. We also aim to use the information we collect to eliminate Black poverty by increasing access to good jobs, improving the quality of jobs, and reducing employment discrimination against Black workers.
You are eligible to participate in this study if 1) you identify as Black, African American, or as a person of African ancestry, African descent, or African heritage; 2) you are of legal working age in California (ages 14 and above); and 3) you reside in the High Desert area in San Bernardino County.