Our Programs

Just Say YES to Youth initiative

We work closely with schools and parents to assign each child a mentor or academic buddy. Our team evaluates the mentor and academic buddy, the child and the parent or guardian to ensure that the relationship is meaningful, impactful and safe for everyone involved.

Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company mentors establish genuine relationships with their mentee(s) to empower them with the necessary skills for everyday life. 
Our organization looks forward to making a lasting impact in the next generation by closing the intergenerational divide between adults and youth.

We need a wide variety of strengths and skills to help a child in need today, which will change their tomorrow!
Learn more about becoming a Mentor or Academic Buddy in our opportunity listings on Volunteer Match.

growth mindset & design thinking

The concept of a growth mindset was developed by psychologist Carol Dweck and popularized in her book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success.

Our Programs propel
Self-Determination because we know students who embrace growth mindsets- the belief that they can learn more or become smarter if they work hard and preserve- may learn more, learn it more quickly, and view challenges and failures as opportunities to improve their learning and skills.

Our programs inspire Self-Discovery because students who learn how to leverage growth mindset, adapt to challenges easier and discover more about their own abilities to create solutions both in and outside of the classrooms. 

Through growth mindset, we help students learn that every choice has a positive or negative consequence, and by thinking before they act about preferred outcomes, they can make wiser life choices and avoid negative decisions.

language nutrition/ grade-level reading

Our Just Say YES to Reading program is a four-day before or afterschool program offering Academic literacy, Financial Literacy, and STE(A)M.

Students focus on sight words, vocabulary standards, writing, and work with reading coaches to increase grade-level reading outcomes.

Students are invited to our community learning labs in partnership with Barnes & Noble & South Fulton Library, where they participate in peer-led reading by kid authors, write their own stories, and explore the concept of putting voice and action behind their thoughts.

youth entrepreneurship

Our Being The CEO of ME Character Development & Youth Entrepreneurship Program teaches students the fundamentals of character, self-discipline along with business fundamentals. 
Students participate in three 6 week trainings with business owners, guest speakers, and attend community learning lab field trips to curate their own product or service, pitch their offers in a Shark Tank simulation, and participate in PopUp Marketplaces all across Metro Atlanta and surrounding counties.

High school students are invited to participate in the Youth Leadership Academy- a quarterly meet up where they learn civic engagement through community service, town halls, and peer-to-peer mentoring opportunities.

STE(A)M immersion

Our #WITHSTEMUCAN Saturdays Program in partnership with Microsoft is a monthly immersion session with themed project-based  hands-on activities to increase historically under-served students with access to fundamentals in coding, computer science, engineering, mechanics, math, The Arts, and expose them to STEM mentors.

During the first Saturday of May in partnership with Technology Association of GA, we host a STEAM Educational Showcase PopUp Festival- Just Say YES STEM FEST open to the public. Students, Parents, Educators and STEM advocates are immersed in a full day of coding, chess, and more in celebration of GA STEM DAY.

Sneak Peek of our Youth Programs In Action

Thanks to the awesome partnerships with community stakeholders that allow us to transform their public spaces into real-world, innovative public learning classrooms we can enthusiastically say YES we are shifting what equity in education looks like all across Georgia where historically underserved students and their families live, work and play. 

Special thanks to the following community learning lab co-host providers for their partnership and in-kind sponsored space:

Microsoft Lenox Square Mall (Fulton County)
Microsoft Perimeter Mall (Fulton County)
The Home Depot (Henry County)
The Home Depot (Clayton County)
The Home Dept (Macon-Bibb County)
Hobby Lobby (Henry County)
Barnes & Noble Booksellers (Clayton County)
Barnes & Noble Booksellers (Macon-Bibb County)
The Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church (DeKalb County)
Tremont Temple Baptist Church (Macon-Bibb County)
Henry County Chamber of Commerce 

equipping youth with pathways for success

youth programs

Our Youth programs are intentionally held in schools and provided in out-of-classroom environments within public spaces where families have access to rigorous learning opportunities where they live, work and play everyday.

Growth Mindset & Design Thinking

Our programs are open to all students, with all levels of learning. 
We serve children of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities.

Language Nutrition & Grade-level Reading

Our programs are designed to be mobile and dynamic allowing us to impact communities at the local, state and national level.
In Georgia, we intentionally focus our support within 6 of the 13 Child-Well Being Zones 

Youth Entrepreneurship & College, Career Preparedness

Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company believes that every student deserves the opportunity to explore, expand their horizons, and expect great things over their lives.
Our programs help students transform "I CAN'T" thinking into "I CAN" and "I WILL" behaviors.

STE(A)M Immersion

Our Building E-STE(A)M For Youth Partnership Alliance and #WITHSTEMUCAN Saturdays help immerse students in historically under-served communities with rigorous STEM programming and opportunities to work with real-world STEM mentors.

supporting healthy family foundations

Parent university

Our Parent University workshops are an integral part of our youth programming initiative. We know how critical having an engaged, aware and resourced adult to reinforce learning for students is in the ability to create long lasting impacts in our youth. Each month, Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company sponsors a Parent University workshop with parents for students enrolled in our programs assisting with life essential skills and parenting resources. 

helping Communities Thrive

community learning labs/field trips

Our community learning labs and field trips are opportunities for the community to learn about resources in their local area available to provide life essential skills, educational opportunities, and financial literacy.

Thanks to the following Curriculum Partners

MetIncPowerCo intentionally seeks evidence-based solutions for our work. 
Thanks to in-kind donations, strategic partnerships and networked resources our youth and adult programs are supplemented with curriculum that aligns with state-wide and National Standards. 

STE(A)M Powering our curriculum
with google

Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company leverages Google Classroom as a free web service, developed by Google for schools and nonprofits, to simplify creating, distributing, and grading assignments in a paperless way. The primary purpose of Google Classroom is to streamline the process of sharing files between teachers and students.

STE(A)M Powering our curriculum with microsoft

Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company leverages Microsoft OneNote as a computer program and mobile program for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It gathers users' notes, drawings, screen clippings and audio commentaries. Notes can be shared with other OneNote users over the Internet or a network.

STE(A)M Powering our curriculum with kahoot!

Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company leverages  Kahoot! as a game-based platform that makes learning awesome for millions of people all over the world.

Frequently Asked Questions

See answers below to frequently asked questions related to our programs.

Volunteering for youth programs

What are the requirements of a mentor?

In order to apply to be a mentor, you must be over the age of 21 unless you are in our Youth Leadership Academy, be willing to commit to at least one year and meet with your mentee once a week during lunch or after school. All mentors are ask to:

-complete a volunteer application 
-consent to a criminal background check from Verified Volunteers 
-attend a mandatory ethics and mandated reporter training
-adhere to no transporting students off school campus

school partnerships

how can i request a program at my school?

Please complete our contact form here on our website with the following information: 
-Name of School & School District
-Name of the program you are interested in
-Number of students
-Title I status
-Date and Time Requested

For questions, email partnerships@metincpowerco.org


what is required for my student to participate?

For students to participate in our programs, Parents are required to complete a registration form, Emergency Contact & Medical Release Form, Parent/Guardian Permission Transportation Form, Media Release Form, and Conduct/Behavior Form.

Registration & attendance

Attire: Do you have a dress code?

Yes. A copy of the dress code is provided in all program packets and registration forms. Participation will be refused if you wear: see-through clothing, gang-affiliated clothing or accessories, clothing with curse words or offensive language.

registration & attendance

Use of Technology/ bring my own?

Students are strongly encouraged not to bring items such as iPads/tablets, iPods or music devices, or any items that may be subject to getting stolen. MetIncPowerCo cannot be held responsible for missing or damaged items. All program materials requiring the use of technology will be included in the ticket/program cost whenever applicable.

registration & attendance

What if I register, but can't come

Most of our programs are subsidized through the generous donations of our partners, donors, and sponsors. Because of this, programs are usually provided at little to zero cost for participants. If you have registered for an at-cost program or event such as a fundraiser, MetIncPowerCo has a no refund policy. Upon notification and request, we will happily provide a letter acknowledging your payment as a a tax-deductible donation.

our mission is rooted in our founding tenets to: educate. advocate. mobilize. network. resource information. provide charitable relief.

collaboration. our favorite word.
become a program partner:

Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company is always seeking ways to further develop our partnerships throughout the community with local businesses, curriculum providers, vendors, guest speakers, youth organizations, institutions of higher learning, faith-based organizations, and civic groups. 

For partnership opportunities, please email us at partnerships@metincpowerco.org 

just say yes to youth initiative

request a program at your school or faith-based institution