Inspire the next generation of African-American leaders with your expertise and experience. The annual African-American Partnership (AAP) Day of Service is a multidisciplinary, fully-immersive, volunteer opportunity for the young men and boys who participate in AAP’s signature cause – academic achievement for middle & high school students. The Day of Service consists of S.T.E.A.M. related workshops from community volunteers like you, and a fun S.T.E.A.M. career expo where the young men learn about a myriad of possible career paths.
There are three ways to engage in this year’s Day of Service. First, present two 40-minute workshops. Examples from last year include Technology from the movie Black Panther from IBM, Environmental Decision-Making from the EPA, and Teens & Money from the Delta Community Credit Union.
Download the RFP to present a workshop.
The Career Expo is a more hands-on experience for the youth participating. Highlighted careers from last year include forensic pathologists, computer networking, urban planning, and flavorists from The Coca-Cola Company.
Download the RFP to be a Career Expo Presenter.
Everyone has something to offer at the AAP Day of Service. If you can’t participate as a presenter, register as an onsite mentor. Mentors will connect one-on-one and assist the youth navigating through the workshop. Click here to register to attend as a mentor.
By getting involved, you show your support for the AAP’s Signature Cause, Powering the Potential of African-American boys and young men towards academic achievement.