ATIC & MG Center For Excellence, Inc. Empower People, Build
Communities & Changing Lives
ATIC & MG Center For Excellence is a global voice for life skills, spiritual and economic hope, encouragement and empowerment for local and worldwide communities. We provide community development programs and provide community services to help and empower under-privileged families in our communities.
Our Mission Statement:
ATIC & MG Center for Excellence is a non-profit organization, dedicated and committed to improving the quality of education, community service and resources to at-risk-youth and their family unit, by offering continuous effective community development programs to disenfranchised populations in the areas of academics, mentoring, scholarships, leadership development & life skills and home buyer budgeting education for low to moderate income families.
Projects for People in Transitions:
Mentoring & Computer Lab Tutoring
College Leadership Symposiums
Financial Literacy Education
Life Skills Seminars for Veterans in Transition
Read to Succeed Literacy Education
Multiculturalism (Arts & Music) Seminars
Supports Feeding Homeless and Children's Hunger Project Initiatives
Ministry Outreach Forums
We Exist to Help the Community
Our non-profit organization is developed to help the community. Our experience staff of volunteers and professionals in industry will help you to accomplish your goals. We provided professional expertise to empower you to succeed and serve. Our vision enables us to partner with local churches, youth groups, organizations, and institutes of higher learning to prepare the next generation of youth leaders regardless of age, race or ethnicity. We believe in Faith based initiatives.
Websites for Our Read to Succeed Empowerment Program List:
Scholarship Applications and links in New Events Page. High School Seniors only. Follow the guidelines for each and meet the timelines qualify. Also visit www.studentaid.ed.gov. If you need assistance call for an appointment. Parents must accompany their children.
Computer Lab & Tutoring Homework and study hall sessions too. You must sign-up. Volunteers Needed. Call for additional info at Mt. Moriah AME Computer Lab 321 636-9331.
The Central Brevard NAACP Computer Lab is now open. Tutoring available Tues and Weds (4:30-6 :30 PM). Students/Volunteers are needed!! Help is provided for ACT, SAT, FCAT and homework. NAACP Computer Lab is located at Zion Orthodox Baptist Church, 715 S. Fiske Blvd., Cocoa. All students are encouraged to attend. No charge. Contact Bettye Bryant at 632-5475 or Tyrone Jones, Education Chair at 321 638-0624