Beat The Streets Inc

Antioch, CA   |  www.beatthestreetsca.org

Mission

The mission of Beat the Streets, Inc is to ensure at-risk, low income young adults in Antioch, CA have the resources they need to be successful in their educational and vocational goals.

Ruling year info

2006

Founder & President

Ms. Tracy Tate Jones

Main address

P.O. Box 2232

Antioch, CA 94531 USA

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EIN

20-3592712

NTEE code info

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (O01)

Employment Procurement Assistance and Job Training (J20)

Employment Training (J22)

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$250 Scholarships

Beat the Streets, Inc offer young adults that dropped out with $250 scholarships to return to school and complete a GED exam or complete their high school diploma requirements at any community college or accredited school.

Population(s) Served

Beat the Streets, Inc introduced the Next Steps Program, which provides resources and support services to young adults within continuation/alternative high school and/or adult schools in education, employment, and life skills. Whether a student is looking to seek employment, go to college or become an entrepreneur, we offer resources to help them with their desired path.

Population(s) Served

The Work Readiness Program provides resources and support services to young adults in continuation high schools and/or adult schools in education to ensure young adults complete their high school education or GED, as education is a solid foundation for successful employment. We encourage the desire to attend college to further their education, as well as provide basic computer knowledge and experience. Basic computer knowledge provides skills to function in employment endeavors, as well as allows for various professional opportunities. We mentor and tutor on applying themselves in college and provide vocational training on employment seeking, resume preparation, and interview preparedness, which all lead to gainful employment.

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Provide free computer access and bi-monthly workshops on educational, vocational and life skills resources to the under served communities of Antioch, CA. Workshops provide handout material of available resources in the community, online resource information, etc. Our goal is to provide resource information in all areas, both personal and professional, to the individuals that need it most; our youth, young adults, and parents.

Our strategy includes having monthly themes for our workshops. January 2015 workshops focused on work readiness. The two workshops provided material on resume preparation and interview preparedness. Our February 2015 workshop focus on educational resources, which include how to study and finding educations resources in tutoring, scholarships, etc.. The March 2015 workshop will focus on Health topics, both physical and mental. Each month following will cover a variety of topics.

Our capabilities include providing computer access and workshop services to over 50 individuals monthly. Our online services provide resources to over 350 individuals monthly as tracked by our web manager. Our online services serve local, national and international individuals.

Our computer center opened in Fall 2014. Since that time we have been concentrating on marketing the facility, getting attendees to the workshops and preparing resource materials.

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Beat The Streets Inc

Board of directors
as of 08/30/2019
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Board chair

Ms. Tracy Tate Jones

Beat the Streets, Inc

Term: 2005 -

Veronica Davis

Veronica Davis

Victoria Thomas

Victoria Thomas

Tracy Tate Jones

Tracy Tate Jones