Scholooza

Scholooza consists of eight (8) Career Technical (CT) fields within the Services Industry

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iN Fitness USA

Program Mission: To reverse the trend of obesity in children by instilling a life long love of health and fitness in children and their families ...

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WOW Education Rewards

WOW Education Rewards program’s mission is to track and reward the individual achievements of k-12 students, to implement an innovative rewards program ...

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Zealousness

Zealousness is one of a kind E-magazine, featuring articles about Education, educational news, updates, trends, opinions, and anything you can think of that is linked to education.

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About

iN Education, Inc. History, Milestones DeAndre’ L. Nixon, Founder and Director incorporated iN Education within the State of Ohio on May 5, 2006; its 501 c (3) status was obtained in September 2007. Since then, iN Education has been featured in The Westside Leader and The Reporter; it has produced two community annual special events and served over 40 secondary level youth within Summit County.  It has also served as Fiscal Agent for The Buchtel Neighborhood Group, SLR Program headed by Councilwoman Greene and will also serve The Barberton Neighborhood Group in 2009. It has current assets to fully serve enrolled Scholooza youth through the program and provide tutoring classes taking information from its 32 book library created in 2008. We also received renewable TANF funding from Summit County and V. Odem Grant funding from Akron Community Foundation.  As Chair of the Buchtel Neighborhood Group – A Summit 2010 Quality of Life Project, iN Education was nominated by the members to be its Fiscal Agent for all its activities. Mission To increase Ohio’s overall Standardized Testing averages, improve upon test prep ACT and SAT awareness and emphasize the importance of continuing education. To provide year-round supplemental products, services and resources catered towards Secondary Level Youth through vocational training and education programming within Summit County and beyond. To teach youth the “soft skills” necessary for the success in all industries prior to entering into the workforce. To provide various platforms for high level structured internships and “teen-entrepreneur” opportunities where hands-on youth involvement and participation taps into their creative abilities.