We're a student- and parent-initiated 501c3 nonprofit organization based in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, California. We strive to provide free and affordable educational resources and community service opportunities such as peer teaching, fundraising for social causes, and cultural events for civic engagement. We attempt to preserve our cultural legacy while encouraging innovation, educating our peers throughout the San Fernando Valley to prepare them for the modern world and its associated challenges.

 

Join our events, donate, and/or partner with us to support children and youth in LA to thrive as engaged, responsible citizens!

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We organize different events for the overall betterment and well-being of our greater community, funding a diversity of public services and institutions. These include our winter camp for cultural integration. 

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We offer a diversity of volunteering opportunities for students in the form of mentoring and online classes. We are approved to award the President’s Volunteer Service Award, even to individuals who have predominantly demonstrated their commitment to the community outside of our organization.

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We host weekly virtual interviews of successful scholars via video conferencing platforms, some of whom are alumni of our program. Executable tips for an enjoyable and productive educational experience in high school and college are shared.

We provide student-run, virtual classes on topics ranging from baking to origami to individuals of all ages and backgrounds. We also serve as a platform for the development and hosting of new classes for the general community.

President and Founder: Arthur Sun

Executive Vice President: Owen Ye

  

VP of Tech Support: Boheng Cao

Co-Secretary/Treasurer: Jerry Yang, Teresa Gu

Co-VP of Art: Olivia Zhao, Gianna Zhang

VP of Outreach and Marketing: Angela Yang

 

VP of Membership/PVSA Coordinator: Aaron Du

 

VP of Social Media: Hannah Yang

 

Co-VP of Literature Education: Zydon Yuan, Albert Zheng