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We empower our students by teaching them how to learn and acquire new skills. They will use the power of creativity and technology as tools to help them achieve Academic and Career goals.
Ashery Sagangh'a Scholarship is an educational sponsorship program that targets students who demonstrate special academic, athletics, performance arts, and arts sculpture abilities. At its core, the scholarship is about providing opportunity to international students. The scholarship is named after the GYSC founder’s Grandparent who worked tirelessly as a carpenter to provide opportunities for his daughters to receive education and better their lives. He played a critical role in the founder’s mother moving to Wisconsin and continuing her master’s education in Business administration at Mount Mary College. One can say this organization exist because of Ashery Sagangh'a. The program's goal is to provide an avenue for students to utilize and expand on their unique skills, as well as eventually using the opportunity to better their lives and give back to their community. The students will be placed in one of the partner high schools in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The student will attend four years of high school with an opportunity to go to college on a scholarship through their unique abilities.
The program’s three core values are Youth empowerment, Culture, and Support. We empower our students by teaching them how to learn and acquire new skills. They will use the power of creativity and technology as tools to help them achieve Academic and Career goals. A lot of international students encounter technology for the first time, and it can be an intimidating experience. We focus on their cultural values because it is important never to forget where they come from. It is the best way to stay humble, preserve one’s cultural identity and learn new culture that promotes a healthy lifestyle. The International Outreach program will promote increased life skills, college and career exploration, and post-secondary/training enrollment through collaborations with schools, colleges, and businesses.
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