Boys & Girls Club of America: A Step Towards Brighter Future!


This post was sponsored by the Boys & Girls Club of America as part of Influencer Activation for Influence Central

As Parents, all of us aspire for a bright future of our kids. It’s a very competitive world out there and we need to prepare them from an early age in order to give them a shot at having a good career and life. Ongoing learning and exposure to new things goes a long way in ensuring that the child’s mind is nurtured in the right manner. How often it happens, the interest doesn’t get developed and an ability is not tapped to its fullest extent. Let’s give our kids a chance to develop and explore their interests in science and technology to a greater extent where they can realise their potential. With after school and summer programs like the Boys & Girls Club of America My.Future platform, kids have the chance to discover and develop passions in science, technology, engineering, and math (“STEM”)

Technology and digital world is extremely dynamic and at the same time full of exciting opportunities. My.Future aims at developing and nurturing the skills required to succeed in the digital world. It’s all about creating an atmosphere of learning and sparking the interest of kids in STEM. The opportunities are immense, according to an estimate the STEM jobs are expected to grow more than twice as compared to regular jobs by 2018!

My.Future has staff facilitated projects that aim at providing the members with foundational skills. On the basis of these projects digital certification and badges are provided which can further be used on CV to indicate the level of  technological skill. There are many options like Robotics, Game design, Programming, Online journalism that the members can choose from.

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You can help you child convert his interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)  into a promising career opportunity, they just need a nudge in the right direction and My.Future helps them do it.

from Parenting Tips and Advice at Uplifting Families


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