RYE, N.Y. -- Level Up Village has launched its fall semester at schools and community organizations across the tri-state area.
Level Up Village will host an informational coffee on Wednesday at 9 a.m. at Le Pain Quotidien on 30 Purchase St.
The coffee is for PTA parents and educators in Rye and surrounding towns who are interested in running LUV’s global STEAM courses at their schools and community organizations.
Coffee participants will receive a variety of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, math + Arts) resources they can implement immediately, at home and in their schools.
Now in 20 countries, LUV has partnered with more than 50 U.S. partner schools and community organizations in 12 states and over 30 global partner organizations.
The company prepares children for the jobs of the future with pioneering Global STEAM enrichment courses that promote design thinking,and one-to-one collaboration on real-world problems between K-9 students in the U.S. and partner students in developing countries.
“Level Up Village courses help schools and community organizations move to the forefront of both STEAM education and global citizenship," said Neesha Rahim, co-founder, Level Up Village.
"Our goal is to help students acquire the skills they need for the 21st century in a way that is both globally and socially relevant, Rahim said.
“We make it easy for our partners to implement our leading-edge STEAM curricula by giving them everything they need, including comprehensive teacher training, supplies, and careful management of the global collaboration process," Rahim said.