Freedom to Grow
BEAM Village is a collective of Black educational service providers united under the mission to break generational cycles of socioeconomic suppression for Black residents through community-driven educational support structures.
We have a four-pronged approach for community engagement toward fulfillment of this mission:
- Community-wide public education programming for both Black youth and adults,
- Black culturally specific training and development for school districts and parent change agents,
- Intervention and family liaison services for Black students, and
- Policy and practice research and development.
This focus makes it possible for BEAM collaborators to impact social change for Black community members at individual, community, and societal scales. Our members work together toward transformational change by offer programming that fit the needs of the community.
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More About Us
Photos from our past events
Examples of our winning work...
Students in a workshop at BSSS
Future leaders show up
Looking at History
Students looking at history and learning about how the past shapes the...
Black Girl Magic
These students are ready to learn
Movement facilitates learning
All Hands Raised
Participation leads to action
Don’t be afraid to speak
Your voice is your power.
Faces of our Future
Tomorrow's adults will be strong, smart, and successful.
If you're not in the picture, you weren't there.
Students interested and engaged will be more confident in their careers.
Technology means more opportunities for success.
We See You
Adults are always watching, but they also know how to have fun.
THE BLACK STUDENT SUCCESS SUMMIT (BSSS)
The Black Student Success Summit is a one-day event where Black youth learn how to navigate the education-to-career pathways for various industries, through interactive workshops, affinity group caucuses, motivational speeches, and structured networking activities. All BSSS activities are culturally specific, in that they are created and implemented by Black professionals representing both public and private sectors acting in concert with Black educators.
Shaping the experiences of our youth to grow into strong, successful adults.
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