Philanthropists Charles Phillips & Karen Phillips | Phillips Charitable Organizations

Phillips Charitable Organizations is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation providing financial aid for single parents, students interested in engineering, and wounded veterans. Founded by Karen and Charles Phillips, the charity strives to deliver assistance and opportunities to all worthy engineering students, single parents and US Military veterans.

Spotlight on the New EHTP Scholars Academy II Middle School

Spotlight on the New EHTP Scholars Academy II Middle School

The East Harlem Tutorial Program (EHTP) prepares youth in need for success in college. EHTP coordinates four initiatives to reach its goal of increasing college graduation rates for youth from East Harlem. The initiatives include a no-cost after-school and summer tutoring program for public school students, a teaching residency that builds a pipeline of educators… Continue Reading

Spotlight: Coed STEM Programs in the Boy Scouts of America

Spotlight: Coed STEM Programs in the Boy Scouts of America

Currently, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) offers several programs for both boys and girls: Cub Scouts for youth aged 5-10, Venturing and Sea Scouts for youth aged 14-20, and Exploring for youth aged 10-20. Additionally, in 2019, the BSA will begin offering Boy Scouts to girls aged 11-17. Because BSA’s scouting programs include activities… Continue Reading

These 20 Outstanding Women in STEM Have Won the Nobel Prize

These 20 Outstanding Women in STEM Have Won the Nobel Prize

In the 117-year history of the Nobel Prize, 667 men have been recognized for their work in the fields of physics, chemistry, and medicine. Conversely, just 19 women (one of them twice) have received a Nobel Prize in these categories, and only one woman has won the Nobel Prize in Economics in the category’s 49-year… Continue Reading