The Focus of WCRC

Mission: To promote Public – Private Partnership approach in expanding STEAM-based career pathway and entrepreneurship initiatives for underrepresented youth and young adults. 


Type of Services

Policy Liaison-Adviser 

  • Serve as an adviser to expand career pathway and entrepreneurship curriculum for programs, foundations, and institutions that work with youth and young adults
  • Collaborate with political, industry, and education stakeholders to advocate and monitor the effectiveness of relevant Legislative on Local, State, and Federal level
  • Build working relationships with relevant stakeholders on behalf of employers and education practitioners to secure support and funding
  • Attend and participate in political/public policy workshops, conferences, hearings, and events

Professional Recruitment

  • Connect competitive professionals and entrepreneurs with potential interns, mentors, and qualified candidates
  • Expand partnerships between employers, entrepreneurs, education practitioners, and policy leaders
  • Organize programs that will encourage young professionals and youth to use their talent in the STEAM component of revitalization and community economic development projects

Career Advisement

  • Provide career advisement to students and young adults 
  • Organize fairs, events, and programs with partners for targeted population


  • Produce white papers and participate in conferences to educate the public and fellow colleagues on topic


Why is WCRC Unique?

  • Focuses on industries and entrepreneurship in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) that require anywhere between certifications to advanced degrees and typically produce high income 
  • Public policy projects use Geography Information System (GIS) to conduct research, as well as, collaborate with STEAM-based professionals to strengthen public-private partnerships
  • Heavily target population whom are or will be most negatively impacted by gentrification, especially those from disadvantaged background
  • Recognizes that disadvantaged groups come from all type of economic status, but still experience systemic difficulties
  • Targets the majority of participants between the ages of 5-26.

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