My sister Marissa Chapman and I, had a great time last month volunteering with Baltimore Teacher Supply Swap. This is a fantastic organization that has a mission to provide access to educational materials for teachers and students. The average teacher spends between $600-$1,000 of their own money on supplies, and school budgets are only decreasing… Continue reading Volunteering At The Swap
This Chesapeake, Virginia native is taking the world by storm by making history as the first Black Woman to receive a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from the University Of Michigan, which has the top program in the country! This is exciting news, especially for Black Women. As we know, Black Women make up a small… Continue reading Ciara Sivels, Black Nuclear Engineering Ph.D. Student Makes History
Happy American Education Week to all the teachers, professors, Education Professionals and of course to all the students in the United States. This week is yet another great week for those of us who enjoy learning and also love to teach others!
October 17th was amazing volunteering at Morgan State University for their 44th Annual Career Day. Engaging with the students, giving them advice, as well as networking with Employers, has been amazing. My favorite part of the day was observing young people dressed up and ready to see where their degrees could take them in the… Continue reading Volunteering At Morgan State University