• Jul 10, 2015

    AMIkids White Pines Takes All

    AMIkids White Pines students participated in the Annual 2015 Summer Olympics at South Carolina State University in Orangeburg, SC. AMIkids student participants from Florida, Louisiana, and local camps from South Carolina participated in the long awaited event in which students put their skills to the test!

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  • Jul 10, 2015

    AMIkids Panama City Marine Institute Earn a Day with the Horses

    The kids at AMIkids Panama City Marine Institute quickly learn that hard work and positive behavior brings rewards, and this week we were able to provide a unique experience to those that earned it.

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  • Jul 09, 2015

    AMIkids Panama City Marine Institute Receives Grant to support Construction and Carpentry Programs.

    AMIkids Panama City Marine Institute was awarded $7,825.00 from the Perkins Grant to support their new construction and carpentry program. The new program leads to certifications by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) in Construction technology and carpentry.

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  • Jul 08, 2015

    United Way of Miami-Dade Selects AMIkids Miami-Dade Student as Spokesperson

    The United Way of Miami Dade County has selected AMIkids Miami-Dade student Youri to be a spokesperson for the United Way. The United Way will be filming a documentary on Youri's life, highlighting how AMIkids Miami-Dade has positively impacted and aided Youri in separating a troubled past to a bright future.

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  • Jul 07, 2015

    AMIkids Big Cypress Students Practicing Construction Trade with Picnic Tables

    AMIkids Big Cypress students have been making great strides in their construction training by building picnic tables. The kids start out by measuring and cutting the wood in specific lengths and assembling the pieces and support needs to ensure the benches will hold the proper weight. Then they attach the legs and supports to the bench top. "These boys are learning so fast and are so eager to learn and work," said Mr. Vargas.

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