Youth Programs

Advancing Our Agenda

Education & Outreach

The 1887 land deed of Ransom Hunter reveals that he created the first public school, the District 12 Colored School for children in Gaston County. He not only provided the land, he financed the construction, built the one-room school with his own hands, and formed the five-member Public School Committee, of which he was one of the founding members. Education and literacy were important to Ransom Hunter, and we are proud to continue his legacy through The Ransom Hunter Foundation.

Successful Teenagers

STEM Wonders Program

Oftentimes, underserved students do not see the relevance of math and science in their own lives. They shy away from embracing education and careers in engineering and technology. Our STEM Wonders Program introduces youth to Computer Programming, Coding, and Machine Learning by providing access to programs taught by talented professionals, and free of charge! We are invested in an innovative approach to providing opportunities which empower the community and prepare the next generation for future success.

JOIN US IN SUPPORTING TALENTED YOUTH WHO ARE INTERESTED TO LEARN CODING BUT NEED ASSISTANCE TO BRING THEIR HOPE TO REALITY. 

Join us in making a real difference.