The Imprint Project is the development of sustainable multi-purpose education center (MPEC) in global villages. Our vision is for each facility to include experiment labs, maker spaces, and collaborative work spaces for children ages 8-18 to explore STEM curriculum. Each facility will advocate and teach sustainable farming practices, proper nutrition and hygiene, basic financial literacy, how to leverage S.T.E.M. concepts to solve problems in their local environment, and civic responsibility. Our first facility, to be launched in Haiti, will also have a facility to take in and care for abandoned infants, ranging in ages from 0-2 years old. Our goal is to leave a lasting imprint on the communities of which we are a part of, to maintain thriving relationships, and to ensure educational and economic success for generations.
While the support from humanitarian groups have kept many villages and families afloat for years, we desire to pilot a new approach in hopes to restore independence and individual development for all those we are able to reach. We see the Imprint Project as a government capacity building effort, which is strengthen by a strong partnership with the local government as well as the local community.