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5 Saturdays

KnolShare.org supports the 5 Saturdays (Agile  Science, Technology, Engineering, Agile and Math (STEAM) program that enables innovation and agility through collaborative and project-based learning workshops with high school students.

We ask that you make a small donation to continue the interest and growth in technology and agile project management. Thank you in advance for your continued generosity and commitment to building a community of future IT and business professionals. All donations are tax deductible (5Saturdays.org is supported by JCWALK Ministries, a non-profit organization).

In a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous (VUCA) world, we have to provide our future leaders with the skills that will help them to thrive in a global competitive landscape.  The activities, exercises and projects that are completed in the program enrich the Four Essential Cs we are striving our students to develop towards becoming college- and career ready: CollaborationCreativityCritical Thinking and Communication.

In the 5 Saturdays’ workshops, students receive learning experiences that open the door to a career in technology and business. It is a Science, Technology, Engineering, Agile, and Math (STEAM) program that emphasize agile project-based learning that encourages students to embrace self-directed innovations.

 

Students:

At the conclusion of the 5 Saturdays’ workshops, students are able to:

  • Develop a resume and interview skills
  • Demonstrate leadership and communications skills
  • Collaborate with team members to develop a self-organized project
  • Excel in a project-based environment
  • Practice Agile, Business, and Technology concepts
  • Increase personal confidence to succeed
  • Leverage new skills that are transferable to high school, college, and work

 

Learning Facilitators:

At the conclusion of the 5 Saturdays’ workshops, learning facilitators are able to:

  • Provide guidance to students so they can develop a resume and interviewing skills
  • Demonstrate leadership and communications skills
  • Collaborate with team members to develop a self-organized project
  • Excel in a project-based environment
  • Grasp Agile and technology concepts
  • Increase personal confidence to succeed
  • Leverage new skills that are transferable to community and work activities
  • Claim professional development credits (PDUs or SEUs)