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A&B partners with businesses representing varied industries including Architecture, Business, Construction, Energy, Engineering, Entrepreneurial, Finance, Graphic Design, Healthcare, Hospitality, Construction, Interior Design, STEM, IT, Sports Management, Sports Media, Business Management, and Telecommunications. A&B interviews and provides guidance to our partners in the business industry regarding the type of opportunity extended and the expectations that accompany the opportunity. A&B then screens the young adults interested in the posted opportunities to facilitate successful matches. The result is a program of activities that helps youth pursue their special interests, grow, and develop.

A&B's Club Z & Muller Engineering Summer STEM 2023

NASA's Glenn Engineering Design Challenges
"Let It Glide"

Glenn Engineering design challenges are an integral part of educational content where students have the opportunity to work on real-world challenges in a collaborative, team based environment, applying the lessons learned to the technical problems of the workplace.


Using the engineering design process, students will develop and build a shoebox glider, and then improve it in terms of aircraft and wing materials, shapes and structure, to produce the greatest glide slope (the ratio of the distance traveled to decrease in altitude) possible.

Requirement: 2 empty shoe boxes per student

Saturday's July 8th thru July 29th
2:00pm - 4:00pm

We help young adults succeed in life by providing support in choosing careers. Program members advance from Exploration - spending time shadowing various professionals to become more familiar with other career options to Apprenticeships.

Apprenticeships through A&B are a structured form of paid career pathways that include work-based learning for young men and women ages 14 (and have completed the 8th grade) through 20 years old. If the program member finds a career that is interesting, it can help direct workshop, hands-on and real-world experiences. Apprenticeships have been shown to boost future workers' earnings and raise sponsoring companies' productivity levels.

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