4.9 million young adults, ages 16-24, are disconnected. This means they are not enrolled in school or actively working. This challenge among older youth adds to the growing problems around poverty and homelessness.
We need your support. We can't do this without you! Check out the video below to see our work with youth, ages 16-24, and workforce readiness
Seed funding provided by the Founders to establish Advancing The Seed, Inc. and IRS tax-exemption approval received.Learn More Apr 22, 2015
ATS, Inc. partnered with the Orange County Youth Center to provide supplemental training and development services under the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act funding.Jan 25, 2016
Delivered entrepreneurship and financial management education, using STEM as part of the curriculum for students ranging from 5th grade through 10th grade.Jul 10, 2016
Our program expands in a pilot with young adults at the Norwalk location of the California Conservation Corps.Oct 03, 2016
Successfully completed a week long financial "fitness" and awareness week with forty (40) 4th grade students. A smaller group of thirteen (13) students also attended the after school financial education and entrepreneurship education program.Apr 24, 2017
Held the 1st Annual Activate Purpose Summit in Norwalk, CA.Oct 07, 2017
Your donation helps us to close the poverty gap by continuing to serve underserved individuals and communities with training, coaching and mentoring programs.
Volunteers are critical to our programming success. We are grateful to our volunteers who assist with things ranging from classroom activities to social media management. Partner with us and volunteer today!
Mentors are key to role-modeling and helping program participants achieve successful outcomes. We seek mentors from the public and private sectors to work with youth and young adults in our programs.