The Joseph School
watchLAB has been a supporter of The Joseph School since the beginning. This organization was started by our Market Research colleague and friend, Jim Bryson of 20|20 Research. After the devastating earthquake in 2010, Jim saw an opportunity to help. He said, “We needed to transform an orphan crisis into a leadership-development opportunity and make the orphans of today the leaders of tomorrow”. And from that idea, The Joseph School was founded to give Haitian children the chance at a secondary education.
In partnership with orphanages, the school will identify gifted children and assist them to excel academically while learning to serve and to lead. The objective will be for students to attend a university and eventually assume a leadership role in Haitian society, churches, business, or government.
Have a look at the video below and visit www.TheJosephSchool.org for more information.
Mitch is a jack of all trades at watchLAB, tackling projects from Marketing, Media, Design, and Qualitative Research Moderating with a focus on consumer electronics.
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