There is an upcoming program that is designed with the purpose of giving students the tools that is required for success. The students will learn the value of developing a good work ethic and business skills with this program that Kevin Seawright has proposed. This program involves getting students a job for the summer. With the job, they will also learn how to manage their money. This opportunity is called the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation. Kevin Seawright told LocalTalkNews that he has partnered with NewarkWorks for the city figures to direct the youth of Newark to employment.
The youth that are involve din the Youth Employment Plan will be working for six weeks. This is also expected to increase the rate of college graduation for the community. Students will receive on the job training and lessons in financial literacy.
Kevin says the program is working on bringing forth 3,500 jobs which is to exceed the 3,000 jobs of last year. They are not only working on providing these opportunities to students, but also partnering with two of the most well respected banks, TD Bank and Santander Bank. This so that the students can learn money management from the program. Among the skills that students will learn is opening up their own bank accounts and maintaining their accounts so that they can have a better chance for financial success and independence. Kevin says on Twitter that this will give them the head start that they need once they enter the professional world. They will also know how to budget their money so that they can manage their expenses without having to go into unnecessary debt. Follow Mr. Seawright on his SoundCloud profile.
The United States of America is filled with knowledge, including the transformation of education from the 1600s up to the 2000s. Christianity has an important role in transforming this country to accept diversity and resolve some of the problems existing with equality and education. Time is at hand; American children are perishing because of the lack of knowledge. Ethnics have nothing to do with the problems of the educational system in the U.S. Children are born into a world like little doves, innocent and have the desire to discover and explore the planet they dwell in. Philanthropists, like Dick DeVos has made efforts to contribute monetarily to various organizations, including religious schools, charity, and other humanitarian causes.
Truth always prevail; I have seen the problems in educational school systems, including urban, suburban and rural areas of the south, north, east, and west. The problems lie within the hands of politicians, local governments, federal governments, parents, and students. When education fails in a country considered as one of the top economic countries in the world, it raises questions in the minds of citizens of the United States, whether African American, Caucasian, Latino, European, Asian, Greek, or German. Communities, neighborhoods, philanthropists, and religious leaders are making an effort to do something to resolve the problem.
Over the world, people have heard about the DeVos family and the company, Amway, which was co-founded by Richard DeVos Sr. in 1959. The direct marketing company has a net worth of approximately $5 billion, according to Inside Philanthropy. Dick left Amway to start his own company which has also been successful. Without the transformation of the DeVos family and effortless contributions to education to those less fortune in grade school and college, hundreds of children and adolescence would not have the opportunity to receive a quality education. Dick sees the problems with education in Michigan and is willing to take a stand and stop the oppression in public schools and colleges. Cruelty in society, homes, families, schools, and governments about education creates calamities. Dick DeVos’ political involvement is well known and his support of Marco Rubio was no surprise to anyone who knows his stance on education.
Dick and Betsy DeVos Foundation is located in Michigan and donates to Christian and faith oriented schools. One of the strongest beliefs of the organization is that American children desperately need spiritual guidance to transform the way of thinking. What education is lacking is ethics, which consist of moral values, integrity, conscience, and principles. All U.S. citizens have the right to receive a quality education in public, private, and college institutions. Change will never come until the hearts and thoughts of men, women, and children is corrected and reproved with love and compassion.
See more of Dick’s resume here or to follow him on Facebook, click here.