Hi, My name is Luke and I am a senior in high school. I love learning and teaching business topics such as investments and entrepreneurship. My passion for giving back through empowerment programs combined with my love for business has given me incredible amount of growth for me. Helping hands has inspired me to understand that bringing communities together is shaping who I am. My programs that focuses on first generation students led me to the mission of always have a helping hand.
Financial Literacy classes teaches students the basics of money management. Savings, debts, investments and budgeting are a few of them. This knowledge lays a foundation for students to build financial habits, practice them very early in life, and avoid the complications that lead to lifelong financial struggles.
Students Helping Students
This program is an incredible opportunity to help first generation on college campuses prepare for their new educational adventure. Fulfilling wish lists such as food and professional clothing has helped make the transition smoother. Students can also help create bags filled with needed supplies or even to help with dealing with the stresses that come along with being in a new environment for the first time.
Helping students struggling academically with one-on-one sessions can be life changing for many students who need the extra time to break down information. Understanding the concepts before tackling the homework helps build a better foundation and the helps with the building blocks to grow. This program also focuses on test preparation.
Build a Business
Volunteers are empowered and inspired to teach children through a six week program had to start a business and grow the concept and develop product for Bake Back America volunteers can sell for the recipient.
Create a Curriculum
Volunteers create curriculums and learn how to write a lesson plan. These sheets explain the objectives, lesson focus and instructions. There are also attached work sheet to enhance the plan.
Create an Educational Game
Volunteers are inspired to empower students to take taught lesson plans and create an interactive game that is fun but educational. Game making is creative and encourages learning through team playing.