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Citizen Schools


Loan | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$1.5M | 3 yrs ago

About Citizen Schools

Citizen Schools operates a national network of apprenticeship programs for middle school students, connecting adult volunteers to young people in hands-on learning projects after school. At Citizen Schools, students develop the academic and leadership skills they need to do well in school, get into college, and become leaders in their careers and in their communities.

Headquarters Location

5th Floor 308 Congress St

Boston, Massachusetts, 02210,

United States


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Latest Citizen Schools News

Hero Digital Partners With Makers Mentors Network To Help Prepare 21st Century Students For STEAM Careers

Dec 16, 2020

Hero Digital Partners With Makers Mentors Network To Help Prepare 21st Century Students For STEAM Careers Helping this generation's students solve next-generation problems. Author: Dec 16, 2020 1:00 PM EST SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether it's designing the first habitats for colonizing Mars or solving more down-to-earth problems like pollution and poverty, the future abounds with unlimited potential for humanity. Current students studying the STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) disciplines will be the ones to harness that potential. It's vitally important that students from all backgrounds participate, including girls, students of color, and youth from low-income communities. To help uplift students' awareness and problem-solving skills to prepare them for this future, Hero Digital — a digital customer experience company that believes "what's good for people is good to business" — is proud to announce its partnership with Makers + Mentors Network, a STEM Initiative of Citizen Schools. Makers + Mentors Network focuses on addressing the educational divide between underserved and underrepresented students, which is only growing larger with this year's impact on student learning. There is a strong intersection between this focus and the fight against systemic inequality. STEAM education will be essential in preparing the next generation of our nation's workforce and vital to this generation's ability to create jobs and grow our nation's economy. Hero Digital employees will be volunteering their time to provide insight, guidance, and mentorship for the upcoming generation. In addition, Hero Digital will be providing pro bono digital marketing assistance and financial support to Makers + Mentors Network to help them reach more students and do more good. "Citizen Schools is incredibly excited to launch our partnership with Hero Digital! We are deeply grateful for your engagement with us through volunteerism in our school programs, your pro bono marketing expertise, and your generous financial support. We know you share our commitment to ensure every student has equitable access to hands-on, real world learning with mentors — and to the pure joy that creates." Emily McCann CEO of Citizen Schools Why Hero Digital's support matters: Learning loss for underserved students — the majority of whom are Black and Brown — is at 9-12 months since March 2020. ( McKinsey ) Currently ⅔ of Black and Brown children are in 100% remote learning settings vs. over ⅔ of white students in hybrid or in-person learning settings. Some middle and high school students are foregoing school to care for younger siblings or to serve as a primary wage earner for families. Negative impact of student mental health is considerable. ( Edutopia ) This will have far reaching effects on high school graduation, post secondary matriculation and lifetime earnings. Predictions of 3-5% loss of income for individuals and an aggregate $500BN loss in GDP. ( McKinsey ) From challenging students to solve a problem in new ways, to thinking through new problems that have yet to arrive, Hero Digital's contribution will help students emphasize STEAM skills considered necessary for success in the modern economy and the years ahead. "We believe that this partnership will enable meaningful contribution to the advancement of STEAM education through volunteering, mentorship, and pro bono work directed at making a lasting impact on disadvantaged communities and the next generation of change makers and citizens across our nation. Our focus will be directly tied to our values and commitment for lasting change and tangible impact." David Kilimnik CEO of Hero Digital About Makers + Mentors NetworkMakers + Mentors Network is a STEM Initiative of Citizen Schools. Makers + Mentors Network advances its mission through three primary models: National Community of Practice, Make For All, and Maker Fellows. Since 2014, the team has worked toward uplifting STEM mentoring and through the addition of Make For All and Maker Fellows, supports maker-centered learning. To learn more, visit  and . About Hero DigitalHero Digital is a leading independent customer experience company born in California at the intersection of business, design, and technology. Our purpose is to bring moments of Truth & Beauty into people's lives by creating customer experiences that are good for people and good for business. Hero Digital's blended teams help Fortune 500 companies like Comcast, Oracle, U.S. Bank, Salesforce, Sephora, UnitedHealthcare, and TD Ameritrade Institutional invent, transform, and perform to deliver new brand and business value. To work with Hero Digital or learn more, visit . View original content to download multimedia: SOURCE Hero Digital, LLC

Citizen Schools Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Citizen Schools's headquarters?

    Citizen Schools's headquarters is located at 5th Floor, Boston.

  • What is Citizen Schools's latest funding round?

    Citizen Schools's latest funding round is Loan.

  • How much did Citizen Schools raise?

    Citizen Schools raised a total of $1.5M.

  • Who are the investors of Citizen Schools?

    Investors of Citizen Schools include Paycheck Protection Program and Biogen Foundation.

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