Student Center/ Inspirationals

( A Great Leader)
On August 28, 1963
Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have A Dream” speech to a peaceful crowd of 250,000 people. Within the next two year, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and the 1965 Voting Rights Act. This was a demonstration of great leadership, and I say to
you scholars, I have a dream. I have a dream, “that one day you will make an impact in the way children are cared for, in how they learn,
and in the availability of resources and programs; that you will use your talents, intellect, resources and knowledge to ensure that all children are able to read, that they have services available that ensures their proper growth and intellectual development, and that they have access to and assistance with fulfilling their full potential; that every child knows from a young age that they are
loved by God and that they have talents and gifts given by God to be used to make our world a better place”.

This is our dream for our scholars – Work towards excellence!
Remember you are role model to those young boys around you. Be that positive leader and role model who they can aspire to be like.



Asbury Park
Time: 9:30 – 12:30pm
Every 2nd & 4th Saturday
Starting Sept. 19, 2016 March to June 2017
Bridges Initiatives
College Prep for Juniors & seniors
Holiday giving – Newark Soup Kitchen
Frederick Douglass Reading Initiative
Parent Workshop
RSVP – Ambassador status required check with instructor

INSPIRATIONAL/ Videos & etc…



Source:  Forbes Magazine
According to Forbes Magazine
“In addition to higher pay levels and solid growth rates, what many of these jobs have in common is a talent shortage,” Ferguson says. “Recruitment has become very competitive for STEM-related occupations (science, technology, engineering and math) and other specialized areas. Extended job vacancies have caused one in four companies to lose revenue, so the skills gap is a very real concern.”

He says the upside to the report is that more high-paying jobs will be created in 2014 that will also fuel the creation of lower-paying jobs. “Jobs will be growing across industries, company sizes and geographies.”

The downside is that many of these high-wage, in-demand positions are areas where companies are already experiencing a shortage of qualified labor, Ferguson says.

“Forty-five percent of Human Resource managers reported that they have open positions for which they can’t find qualified candidates,” he adds.
He concludes: “The private and public sectors need to work together to identify in-demand skills and prepare workers for them. This goes beyond new college graduates. We need to re-skill workers who have been in the workforce for 15 or 20 years and there currently aren’t enough programs in place to do this.”

Here are the 12 occupations requiring at least a bachelor’s degree that have grown 7% or more between 2010 and 2013; are projected to increase in 2014; and fall within a higher-wage category of $22 per hour or more:

1. Software Developers
Median hourly earnings: $45.06

2. Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists
Median hourly earnings: $29.10

3. Training and Development Specialists
Median hourly earnings: $27.14

4. Financial Analysts
Median hourly earnings: $37.34

5. Physical Therapists
Median hourly earnings: $37.93

6. Web Developers
Median hourly earnings: $27.84

7. Logisticians
Median hourly earnings: $35.08

8. Database Administrators
Median hourly earnings: $37.39

9. Meeting, Convention and Event Planners
Median hourly earnings: $22.56

10. Interpreters and Translators
Median hourly earnings: $22.39

11. Petroleum Engineers
Median hourly earnings: $63.67

12. Information Security Analysts
Median hourly earnings: $41.62

Note: Jobs in engineering, health care and
the environmental sciences will continue to

Other careers to consider: Law enforcement, teaching,
utilities (Law enforcement and utilities have 2 year
degree programs)


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