The National Museum of Education is a nonprofit organization developed and run by award-winning, nationally recognized teachers, in cooperation with successful business people. Its goal is to allow students of all ages and abilities to tackle real business and educational problems for possible financial profit. Business partners contribute genuine problems to the Museum to be solved by young people. The Museum administers the National Gallery for America’s Young Inventors and Student Ideas for a Better America among other programs.
The National Italian American Foundation is a non-profit organization serving as a major advocate in Washington, D.C. for nearly 25 million Italian Americans, raising the prominence of all things Italian in American culture and society, and making “Italian American” part of the national conversation.
Helping America’s Youth is a nationwide effort, initiated by President George W. Bush and led by First Lady Laura Bush, to benefit children and teenagers by encouraging action in three key areas: family, school, and community. The Community Guide to Helping America’s Youth helps communities build partnerships, assess their needs and resources, and select from program designs that could be replicated in their community. It walks community groups through the steps necessary for building strong supports for youth.