RealSteps Career & Education​ 501c3​​​​

Teach Leadership

Connect Business Partners
Pro bono Work

Creating Business Partners One School at a Time.

What is Tech Life?
Founder
As a business professional, I enjoy volunteering my time to businesses who are advocates of education.  I offer several hours per month in various areas of dicipline. For example , as an I.T. specialist & network administrator I enjoy a challenge from reparing old hardware to cloud security. 
Julius E. Guerra III currently teaches @ SouthTech Academy High School in Boynton Beach Florida, as an Information Technology Professional.
Executive Secretary
RealSteps is currently looking into nominating a new National Executive Secretary. If you are interested please Email MisterG3234@gmail.com

Nominated Student Board of Directors 2017

Vice President
Acting President
Charles Charlestin is a current student at SouthTech Academy High School majoring in Information Technology. 
Ruth Laboy is a current student at SouthTech Academy High School majoring in Cosmotology with an understudy in Information Technology. 
Media Specialist-1
Secretary
Gethro Monestime is a current student at SouthTech Academy High School majoring in Information Technology. 
Annie Estime is a current student at SouthTech Academy High School majoring in Information Technology. 
Treasurer
Media Specialist-2
Venica Noel is a current student at SouthTech Academy High School majoring in Cosmotology with an understudy in Information Technology. 
Lenderns Mondesir  is a current student at SouthTech Academy High School majoring in Information Technology. 
ABOUT US
Founded by teachers working in class rooms, RealSteps focuses on the student's needs. Most students simply need a connection to people who they know care and who can be a positive role model. The adage is true, "students don't want to know how much you know until they know how much you care."

We work in the classroom daily educating your children in the best way possible. Learning ourselves continually how to improve this practice of teaching in order to better understand the variety of students we encountered. We act as if we like evaluating test data when we would rather be revising best practices to integrating technology and infusing critical thinking skills into our daily lesson plans, all the while struggling with the bureaucracy of the American Education System.
WHO WE ARE
As a teacher I must agree funding is the most difficult part of the job.  RealSteps runs after schools programs primarily in high schools to teach students about finance and money management, investments and how to start their own business.  We teach students soft skills that every company has stated are needed to be productive in the business world.  The students then take this knowledge and new skill-set to the streets to create business partners for their own school. 

One problem at present is that many schools don’t have the funds for after school busing, so students can’t stay after school to participate.  This stops a free learning program for students who would eventually be able to go out and raise the money locally for their school and create future funding solutions.  Direct donations to RealSteps helps in expanding this program and offering support to ensure success at every school.  
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CHARITY (501c3) ORGANIZATION
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The RealSteps Leadership Club mission is to develop relationships with the local businesses in the community by creating reachout campaigns to introduce the schools key services to it's new business partners.  The club is responsible for enhancing these relationships each year by providing customer service from the school (via student ambassadors) to the businesses. 

By developing leadership & business skills in students during this after school club, which companies and future employers find valuable in current applicants. We are able to find the key services businesses are seeking from the school.  A business parnter agreement is put in place and the club nurtures a mutually beneficial relationship to foster. 

Yes, we train high school students to be the school's ambassadors.
 
This is accomplished by providing business education and soft skills training that employers have unanimously said are needed for students prior to launching a reachout campaign.