TWO-WINS support communities by integrating knowledge from disciplines, research, teaching, practices, and experiences that fosters community engagement.
HOW WE ENGAGE:
Encourage community participation to influence decisions that affect their lives.
Partner with community stakeholders to adequately understand needs.
Assess the economic, social, and psychological impact associated with solutions.
Implement a plan to solve problems by emphasizing shared leadership.
Disengage from any effort that is likely to adversely affect the disadvantaged segments of a community.
TWO-WINS work to provide funding and strategic assistance to improve the education environment within disenfranchised communities and programs centered on higher education, socio-economic development and career opportunities.
We partner with innovative leaders who are making some of the greatest gains and implementing the most promising practices in urban schools and communities today.
We hold ourselves accountable for results because results are what will improve the lifestyle and future of those often overlooked by society.
TWO-WINS organization proactively seeks out investments that align with our mission to dramatically improve urban communities and public education through better governance, management, labor relations and competition.
We are continually on the lookout for urban school districts and organizations nationwide that are progressive, led by talented, effective visionaries, and are strategically focused on improving student achievement.
At the heart of everything we do, education is top priority. TWO-WINS and its partners have invested thousands of dollars and resources centered around education programs and projects. Our investment in the area of higher education crosses different platforms. TWO-WINS organization is committed to highlighting the importance of education, starting from college campus tours to scholarships Our projects and programs consist of Road to Success, ELEVATE, Imagine 20/20, Bags to School, iRISE and many others.
"Give a student a hundred dollars, he or she is satisfied for a week, teach them how to earn a hundred dollars an hour, they are satisfied for a lifetime". Terrence Maiden