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Inner City Academic Achievers

Stoughton, MA | http://www.icaaboston.org
Joined in January 2012

About Us

Inner-City Academic Achievers (ICAA) is a non-profit organization that’s primary focus is preparing students for college success through academic excellence; while inspiring students to increase their global involvement and encouraging them to be future leaders. The program will achieve educational success by providing strong intellectual and ethical training needed for an enriched global society. At ICAA we believe that every student is capable of academic excellence and making a difference if provided with the right guidance and support system.

ICAA will serve public school students from the city of Boston, Massachusetts. At full capacity the program will have a maximum enrollment of 25 students. We believe that every student is capable of excellence in education. ICCA values for success are key components in creating an effective learning environment; this includes High Expectations, Global Involvement in Public Health, Excellent Teaching, Clear Goals and Expectations, Specific Data and Feedback Systems, and Individualized Support.

Our values will help us focus on providing an enriched educational program, incorporating personal and professional achievement, Supportive Communities Worldwide, and Social Responsibility.

Inner-City Academic Achievers (ICAA) is a non-profit organization that’s primary focus is preparing students for college success through academic excellence; while inspiring students to increase their global involvement and…

Issue Areas Include

  • Children & Youth
  • Community Development
  • Education
  • Job & Workplace
  • Urban Areas

Location

  • 6 Cabot Place, Stoughton, MA 02072, United States
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Current listings by Inner City Academic Achievers

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Volunteer needed for website design (Remote)Boston, MADecember 4, 2020

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