Arts & Music festival
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At Aspire Artemis we provide the necessary tools to youth so that they are able to thrive. We do this through direct impact workshops, training summits, curriculum development, language exchange, leadership building activities, internship placements, career counseling, mentorship opportunities, etc. For the next two years we plan to undertake activities that will have a direct impact in the individual lives of youth from underserved communities. Help us expand our reach and capacity by sponsoring one of our campaigns or by making a general donation to our foundation.
In the next two years we plan to open a premiere STEAM center in the Caribbean region, launch a cross cultural arts and music festival and continue with our training and curriculum development.
We are launching a cross cultural arts, culture and music festival to strengthen collaboration between Africa, the United States and the Caribbean which highlights the similarities in challenges faced between people from Africa, the Caribbean and the United States. It is an attempt to harness the creative abilities of our youth and re-chanel their energies into positive and innovative ventures.
The Caribbean region while plagued by a number of issues vis-à-vis youth, also represents a prime locus for positive revitalization, rejuvenation and reformation
We believe that Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) is an important driver of innovation and change and can create opportunities for self sustenance for youth across the globe. In partnership with E-Lab Africa, CYFR in Saint Lucia and other notable partners, we will provide the tools to students through interactive workshops so that they are able to have the technical skills necessary to design engineering solutions that solve global challenges. More information →
We provide scholarships to youth in order to continue their education and training.
School and community renovation
We provide resources to schools so that youth can take an active roll in their communities through our "Team up to Clean Up" campaign. This allows kids to receive prizes for the cleanest or greenest project.