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STEMs to SUCCESS

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About The Foundation

  • Welcome to the Nu Xi Zeta H.A.V.E. Foundation!

    The Nu Xi Zeta Helping Alexandria Virginia Excel (H.A.V.E.) Foundation was founded in 2010 as the a charitable, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) arm of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Nu Xi Zeta Chapter. Operating exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, the principle activities and purpose of the H.A.V.E. Foundation is to award scholarships to worthy students for the pursuit of higher education and to conduct community educational programs for African American youth ages 10-18 in the City of Alexandria and Arlington County.

    It is the mission of the H.A.V.E. Foundation to build youth of character and skill-bound for success, utilizing scholarship and community service.

    Specifically, the H.A.V.E. Foundation provides:

      Youth technology workshops that are designed to address the underrepresentation of African Americans in STEM professions, with goals to generate interest among African American youth to seek education and careers in the STEM fields; and scholarships for African American high school seniors.

      With a strong focus on providing scholarships to deserving students, the H.A.V.E. Foundation is extremely excited to not only announce our new Spirit of Sisterhood renewable scholarship, but also announce our partnership with the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria.

      Help support the H.A.V.E. Foundation’s mission today and make a difference in the life of high school student…No amount is too small when it affects a person’s ability to progress and succeed. Donate Today!

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Upcoming Events

  • STEMs to Success

    Saturday, June 4, 2016, 9:30-3:30
    Nannie J. Lee Recreation Center Alexandria, VA 22314

    Join the Nu Xi Zeta Helping Alexandria Virginia Excel (H.A.V.E.) Foundation at STEMs to Success, a technology workshop for teens aged 13-19. This event is designed to help teens develop technology skills for college and beyond. The event is free and open to the general public. Lunch will be provided by event sponsor, Domino's Pizza. Registration required. Register today via EventBrite!

    AGENDA:

    9:30-10:00 - Registration​
    10:00-10:30 - Opening remarks by Dr. Karl Reid, Executive Director of the National Society of Black Engineers
    10:30​-12:00 - Technology Session 1
    12:00-1:00 - Lunch
    1:00-2:30 - Technology Session 2
    2:30-3:30 - Wrap up/Closing Remarks

    STEMs to Success consists of two 90-minute interactive workshops including career planning and job outlooks for each industry. Teens can choose from the following technology sessions:

    TECHNOLOGY SESSION 1:

    • Pathways to the Heart of Health Careers
    • 3-2-1 Blast Off! Rocketry Workshop, presented by Get into STEM, LLC
    • Renewable Energy
    • Digital Photography: DSLR, Traditional Point & Shoot Cameras, Lenses, Modes and More!, presented by members of the Best Buy Geek Squad
    • The Ultimate Gamer! Inside Video Gaming, presented by members of the Best Buy Geek Squad


    TECHNOLOGY SESSION 2:

    • 3-2-1 Blast Off! Rocketry Workshop, presented by Get into STEM, LLC
    • Weather 101
    • Attack of the Drones, presented by members of the Best Buy Geek Squad
    • Computer Networking and Internet Connectivity, presented by members of the Best Buy Geek Squad



"Building youth of character and skill bound for success, utilizing scholarship and community service."