Project for an Education Writer/Reporter
A project for an education writer/reporter:
Write the story of a nonprofit educational equity organization in Miami
We want to engage an education writer or reporter for a project. This writing project is to document the story of Achieve Miami, a nonprofit organization focused on addressing inequities in education in Miami. The project will involve interviewing members of our team, studying our operations and history, and writing a story (1000-2000 words) to document the organization for internal and external use. Deadline for a final draft is December 31, 2019.
Interested local or national education writers please reply with a reference to a representative example of your work.
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
About Achieve Miami
Achieve Miami operates four core programs.
Achieve Saturdays are a unique experience where over 400 “Little Buddies” in grades 2-5 read, write, and share one-on-one with their “Big Buddy” mentors. Mentors are high performing role model students from neighborhood public and private high schools dedicated to helping young students fall in love with reading. Two Saturdays a month, buddies come together as a team at our four partner elementary schools, build meaningful relationships, and growing as leaders and readers.
Achieve Summer is a six-week summer program which engages over 420 rising K-5th graders and 300 high schoolers in stimulating academic learning, varied enrichment activities, and a mentorship program to ensure a joyful and meaningful summer experience. Educators and interns receive daily professional development and a reimagined coaching cycle to ensure that every member of our program grows and becomes a better leader.
UP! Music is based on the premise that every child deserves a quality music education, and provides daily after-school instruction in vocal, orchestral, and band skills for over 180 elementary and middle schoolers, plus community service, internships, and leadership development for high schoolers, as well as professional development for music educators.
The College and Career Readiness Cohort (CRC) provides personalized college readiness support for high school students in underserved schools, while also engaging them as important contributors to their communities through service opportunities, leadership development, mentoring, and paid employment.
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