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    Booker T. Washington High School Partnerships


    Business/Organization Name

    Program Name

    Service(s) Provided

    Georgia State University

    Early College

    GSU provides an opportunity for students to earn up to 60 college credits while in high school.

    Atlanta Metropolitan State College

    Early College

    AMSC provides an opportunity for students to earn college credits or an Associate’s degree while in high school.

    Clark Atlanta University

    Early College

    CAU provides an opportunity for students to earn up to 60 college credits while in high school.

    Rotary International (Club of Atlanta)

    Interact club for youth ages 12-18

    Provide service projects, for club members to develop life long skills

     African American Male Initiative (AAMI) Interactive club for male students AAMI strives to enhance the graduation rate of its Black males while also exposing this population to college and career readiness activities. 
    Saving our Sons SOSSI strives to transform and improve the overall success of youth and communities using a volunteer / partner driven collaborative.

    State Farm IT Department

    STEM

    Mentorship / Funds

    Odyssey
     Students in grades 9-12
     Odyssey's mission is to expand the ambitions of Atlanta students and empower them on a successful journey to college and a fulfilling career.
     The Stream Academy - Friendship Baptist Church
     Students in grades 9-12   

    Georgia Tech

    STEM


    Georgia State Panther Hackers

    STEM

    Computer programming support / mentors

    Morehouse School of Medicine

    STEM

    Tutoring, ACT / SAT test prep for HCOP students

    Emory University School of Medicine

    STEM

    Mentoring / Summer program for EPIC students

    SteamSports, Inc.

    STEM

    Sponsor / Supporter - BTW Robotics

     TagEd       STEM A 2 year intensive program that prepares students for STEM internships

    Reshad Jones (G5)

    Football


    Subway

    Football, Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    OMEGA PSI PHI TAU CHAPTER CAU CENTER

    Softball, Boys Basketball, Baseball


    BTW Alumni Basketball Organization

    Softball, Boys Basketball, Baseball, Girls Basketball


    James & Celest Dallas

    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    Atlanta Dream


    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    BTW Athletic Booster Organization

    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    Mr. Dexter Patterson

    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    Mr. Alvin Boyd

    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    Plus One Dentist

    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    Mr. & Mrs. Porter

    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    Mr. Dan Yates 

    Ms. Sonja Morris

    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    BTW Class of 1971

    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    Jones-Day Law Firm

    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    State Farm

    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    Jason’s Deli

    Girls Basketball, Volleyball


    Grant Thornton

    Bill Bishop

    Brett Williams

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews

    Morehouse School Medicine

    Rita Finley

    Ariel Pitts

    Belinda White

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews

    Summer Program for Healthcare Students

    Kennesaw State

    Christian Hardigree

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews

    Ernest and Young

    Christopher Cagle

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews

    Retired CFO

    James Dallas

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews

    Walmart

    Qunicy Springs

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews

    Atlanta Metropolitan

    Rhonda Peterson

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews

    Siemens

    Sharonda Wamer

    Jerome Smith

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews

    Traveler’s Insurance

    Tom Dabis

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews

    Hyatt Regency

    Tomas McKwown

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews

    John Marshall Law School

    Bridgette Ortega

    Sheryl Harrison-Mercer

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Street Law

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews

    Street Law Program

    US District Attorney’s Office

    Danielle Glover

    Street Law

    US District attorney’s teach students street law curriculum,

    Lienuar

    Greg Clay

    Ottis Threatt

    CTAE Advisory Board Member

    Career Exposure Project

    Guest Speaker

    Mock interviews


    Grady Hospital

    Each One Reach One

    Selected healthcare students shadow doctors in the trauma center at Grady once a week

    Emory Hospital


    Emory Pipeline Project

    Selected healthcare students attend weekly session and will attend a 3 week summer course.  

    Street Smart Youth

    Life Skills Training

    Becoming a Responsible Teen ( HIV prevention

    Street Smart Youth project is a non profit serving organization whose mission is to actively engage minority youth in structured, community –based programs in order to involve , prepare and empower them for growth and health living as ad



    ults.

    VSP


    Vouchers for students in need of glasses.

    US Attorney’s Office

    Real Talk

    Real Talk about the Law is a panel discussion that began in 2014 to commemorate the anniversary of the death of Trayvon Martin, specifically targeting high school-aged African American males. The discussion is designed to facilitate positive interactions with law enforcement, broaden young men’s knowledge of the criminal justice system, and increase exposure to positive role models. They also have a comparable program for young ladies as well.

    Atlanta Food Bank


    Provides food assistance

    Atlanta Furniture Bank


    Provides free furniture for families that meet a certain criteria ( DV, HIV)

    Atlanta Workforce Development


    The Atlanta Workforce Development Agency offers a number of career, education, and training service to help Atlanta adults, dislocated workers ( laid off) and youth ages 14 to 24 prepare for and obtain work .

    AT&T

    AT&T Shadow Opportunity

    This on-site, work-based career exploration program consists of a one-day event at a local AT&T location. CIS high school students will be transported to an AT&T corporate location, where they will tour the facility, learn about various careers within the company and the telecommunications industry, and practice workplace readiness skills with AT&T employees.