New Orleans, Afterschool, STEM programs
We believe that all children, regardless of their background or economic status, have the potential to excel. The mission of New Orleans Youth Education Center is to help youth in the New Orleans metropolitan area develop important skills needed to succeed in life.
We hope to increase holistically the knowledge and opportunity base of our youth in the areas of social, intellectual, cultural, spiritual, and physical development for our community. The New Orleans Youth Education Center will be identified as a safe and affordable facility delivering unique quality programs and services beneficial to the development of life-long-learning skills.
Who We Are
We are business professionals from diverse industry backgrounds who collectively believe that every child has the potential to succeed academically and professionally when provided with adequate encouragement and resources.
We are making an investment in the future of our community through collaborative partnerships with schools and community based organizations that offer or provide quality in-school and after-school programs to New Orleans’ youth. We seek to support existing quality educational enrichment programs through volunteer and monetary financial support. Our goal is to collaborate with school leadership in developing educationally driven outcomes that will demonstrate improvements in academic performance.
NOYEC Selects New Board Chair
"The opportunities we have to contribute to the improvement of less fortunate kids are virtually limitless”, says Middleton O'Malley, after accepting the position of Interim Board Chair for the 2015 NOYEC Board of Directors.
Middie was asked by the NOYEC Leadership Team to step in as the interim Chair while the board rebuilds and rejuvenates for 2015. The members of the leadership team selected Middie based on his passion NOYEC's redefined mission and purpose. As Middie states,"Because we are small, our good deeds will not be measured by quantity, but rather by quality and reputation for bringing something of great value to the table, be it to schools, or other worthy causes and organizations".
NOYEC Partners with Camp Country Day
NOYEC will accept a nomination from an area school to send one youth demonstrating exceptional academic performance to Camp Country Day's Creative Arts summer camp. CDCA enrolls from over 50 schools who take classes in their areas of interest. Professional artists, teachers, and interns, passionate about their own work, come from New Orleans and around the country to ignite the imagination and share the joys and challenges of the creative process. A wide variety of classes are offered in the visual arts, performing arts, and sports. They are tailored to every age level, and individual guidance is key to assure ongoing challenges
Mail - PO Box 792032
New Orleans, LA 70179
email - firstname.lastname@example.org
phone - (504) 272-7640