BGB Tutor Hub is a great way for your child to get help with what they’re learning in school or to learn something completely new.
FLEX classes are pre-recorded classes that anyone around the world can do, in whatever time zone they're in. They are very interactive between peers and the educators.
We are giving kids of all backgrounds and abilities an equal chance to learn and love STEM
Our STEM Workshops are designed to help young students learn foundational STEM fluencies and build upon their learning each and every year
We're an Ecosystem
Building Green Blocks (BGB) empowers underserved communities through sustainable and equitable development practices.
Our mission is to bring vitality back to these communities block by block by fostering self-sustainability.
The key to building stronger communities is providing access to quality education, affordable housing, and sustainable infrastructure.
Through our work, we aim to create a more equitable and just society where everyone can access the resources they need to thrive. We are committed to building a better future for all by prioritizing the needs of our communities and promoting self-sufficiency through sustainable practices.
Building Green Blocks, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit in the United States, and all gifts to us are tax deductible in the United States to the fullest extent allowed by law. Our Tax ID number is 86-2162378.
Volunteers are currently able to participate in the following opportunities to engage with BGB University's young adults:
Mock Interviews: Help students gain experience with the corporate interview process and guide them to perfect answers to commonly asked questions.
Resume Reviews: Review resumes and offer feedback & guidance to help students present their growing skills.
Academic Tutoring: Provide support to a student who needs some extra help with their coursework.
Guest Speaker Series: Share your story and insights with young adults entering the corporate world as a guest speaker or panelist.
Lunch N' Learns: Participate in a smaller, more informal opportunity to engage with students over lunch conversations.
Networking Events: Help students practice their elevator pitches and build relationships with professionals.
Fireside Chats: Engage in a conversation with our Founder & CEO on a certain topic of interest to our students.
Corporate Partner Days: Engage in a panel-style discussion centered around corporate norms and expectations with Q&A from students.
Career Readiness/Internship Presentations: Attend presentations where students demonstrate the skills they have built during their time at BGB University, share their goals, and reflect on their experiences.
Volunteer Interest Form