Tomorrow’s Luminaries Foundation was founded by two Georgia Tech alumni, Kelli C. Stancil (23) and Matthew Carson (25). Both students started the foundation with the vision of becoming a catalyst that promotes a socially conscious, robust agenda for under-represented youth. The Foundation provides students with a holistic approach to leadership and literacy through two distinct programs, Leadership for Tomorrow and the Family Literacy Program.
Leadership for Tomorrow is a mentoring program that groups 9th grade students with exceptional college students to engage the principals of leadership through the enhancement of academic performance, professional development, public speaking, and philanthropy. Leadership for Tomorrow is an official Georgia Tech Institute Partnership that works with students to harness their inherent potential.
The Family Literacy Program (FLP) is a program that offers evening and weekend classes to families of elementary, middle, and high school students. The program is designed to combat poverty through the development of relevant skill sets. The FLP brings admissions counselors, standardized test preparation, and college students to help with essay writing to various Atlanta Public Schools.
Tickets for this event will go on sale August 1st at www.tomorrowsluminaries.org.