CREATING SUCCESS MOBILE LEARNING LAB
Coming soon to a neighborhood near you.
Families, youth of all ages, and adults have access to computer skills training, workforce development, coding and more, right from the parking lots of popular and accessible community locations.
The Creating Success Mobile Learning Lab (CSMLL) travels within the community, creating access to high-quality educational programs for youth and adults in rural communities.
Our goal is to increase the economic prosperity and quality of life through educational and economic development programming in Warren, Vance, Granville, and Franklin counties.
The CSMLL increases access to technology and internet in rural areas of North Carolina, many of which are Tier 1 communities—among the least prosperous in the state.
The converted school bus is equipped with Microsoft technology and visits community events, community centers, churches, playgrounds, and other popular gathering places.
PARTY OR SPECIAL EVENT REQUEST FORM
Party Bookings are now available for the Mobile Learning Lab.
*Please note that the request forms should be submitted at least 30 days in advance of your event.
To request the Creating Success Mobile Learning Lab for an event, please fill out the form below.
Below are the activities that we currently offer with the Creating Success Mobile Learning Lab.
Youth Programs (Ages 18 and under)
STEM Programs (Virtual Reality, Coding, Robotics, Osmo)
Arts & Crafts Projects
Adult Program Topics (Ages 18-60)
Using Microsoft Products
Engaging Audiences Online
Basic Computer Safety
We believe that creating access and developing talent will positively influence the workforce in our region.”
CHALIS S. HENDERSON
Support the Creating Success Mobile Learning Lab by donating or purchasing a
Turning Point Vision T-Shirt! You can also request to book the lab here.
STEAM DREAMS is a program that allows youth to explore their imaginations and creativity to make their dreams become a reality through science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.
We provide an in-school coding program for elementary students. Thus far we have educated 262 students. We have served 4th and 5th grade students within five schools in Warren and Vance County.