The Future of Education and Work
The 5 Saturdays Summer Program is unique with providing students to learn STEAM-based skills that are not only vital in the IT and business industries but can be extended to virtually any 21st century career our young people wish to pursue.
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Learning Facilitators and Student Courses
The 5 Saturdays online courses are designed to provide anytime and anywhere learning experiences to learning facilitators and students. The short videos demonstrate agile practices and technology concepts. These are important skills that can help learning facilitators and students now and in the future. Additional life skills are taught such as servant leadership, job readiness and effective communications, and agility with Scrum and Kanban.
This unique STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Agile, and Math) program emphasizes Agile project-based learning that encourages students to embrace self-directed innovations.
Volunteer professionals serve as learning facilitators and support the student learners to have a positive and productive learning experience during the student workshops.
Are you interested in to helping underprivileged students discover a career in information technology and take charge of their future? We want to do that by helping you start your own community business enterprise or learning program and create value in your community. Consider starting your own 5 Saturdays Program for architecture, project management or other profession.
What Can You Do In 5 Saturdays?
In the 5 Saturdays’ workshops, students receive learning experiences that open the door to a career in technology and business. It is a Science, Technology, Engineering, Agile, and Math (STEAM) program that emphasizes agile project-based learning that encourages students to embrace self-directed innovations.
At the conclusion of the 5 Saturdays program, learning facilitators and students are ready to:
- Practice Agile life skills
- Communicate and lead
- Collaborate in a team to develop a self-organized project
- Innovate with business and technology disciplines
- Use job readiness skills
Other benefits include:
- Increased personal confidence to succeed
- Skills that are transferable to community and work activities