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NEWCorp Partnerships

New Education for the Workplace (NEWCorp) is honored to work with the following partners, organizations, and associations:

jobcorpslogo200dpi-sm.jpgJob Corps

Job Corps is a program of the Department of Labor. Job Corps equips the non-traditional student with the necessary skills to be an active participant in the community. Young men and women are enrolled in a year round residential program that offers an array of vocational trades. Job Corps is the nation’s largest residential, educational, and job training program for youth, ages 16 to 24. Established in 1964, Job Corps has trained and educated more than two million young people to date and continues to serve nearly 70,000 young people each year. For more information about Job Corps, visit www.jobcorps.org .


siatech_logo-sm.png SIATech, Inc.

The School for Integrated Academics and Technologies (SIATech) is an award-winning dropout recovery program with several campuses nationwide. SIATech excels at re-engaging formerly disconnected students through a unique technology-driven curriculum that allows students to complete high school at their own pace in teacher-facilitated, computer-based classrooms. SIATech’s mission is to break the cycle of poverty and underachievement for students who have dropped out of the traditional education system. SIATech promotes “Real Learning for Real Life.” For more informationon SIATech, visit www.siatech.org.




MYcroSchools are small learning communities that provide a high school program for students who need to get back on-track to graduation. Rather than viewing students at-risk of failure, MYcroSchools consider students at-promise of success. This public charter high school program engages students through relationship-focused, high-tech, and rigorous learning experiences. Graduates emerge prepared for careers, the military, and/or more education. For more information on MYcroSchool, visit www.mycroschool.org.


Events and Associations 


Reaching At-Promise Students Association (RAPSA)

The mission of the Reaching At-Promise Students Association (RAPSA) is to be the leading resource for professionals working with at-promise learners. RAPSA provides opportunities in professional development for elementary and secondary teachers, administrators, counselors, and others working with the high-risk population. Through workshops, trainings, and conferences, RAPSA shares innovative, standards-aligned assignments and methodologies for immediate classroom use. RAPSA promotes the capabilities and accomplishments of at-promise students by working in collaboration with local businesses and developing valuable networking opportunities. Learn more here.

SIATech - The School for Integrated Academics and Technologies
RAPSA: Leaders in Education Inspiring Students
MYcroSchool My High School My Way


This program works for our students because we hold them to high standards.

Yvette Williams