The Charlotte's Web Technology Mentorship will provide positive relationships, personal enrichment and technology triaining to underserved African American and Hispanic/Latino male youth to create a "web of success," leading to powerful life outcomes.
Charlotte’s Web is an innovative mentorship through technology program that utilizes hands on training to address the urgent needs of young men of color in the City of Charlotte, specifically the Northwest Corridor. This program is hosted by Johnson C. Smith University.
- Robotic Development
- Game Development
- Web Development
- Individual and group mentoring
- A "Rites of Passage" life skills and manhood training experience
- Community service opportunities
- Targeted support for special needs populations including foster care youth, hearing and speech impaired and youth with defined learning disabilities.
Charlotte's Web will leverage strong community support and parternships to ensure long-term sustainability and sucess. Please become involved and help make a difference!
For those students who are interested in this program, you can check our eligbility criteria and pick up application by clicking here, then complete the application and turn it in to Mrs. Alexandra Elliot at West Charlotte High School