We aim to take a look inside the world of running an extremely huge martial arts academy while blending the nonprofit 501(c)3 charity model into our busniess. The Aim High Foundation and Aim High Academy of Martial Arts are the same orginization the takes nonprofit into a whole new meaning. We change lives and change the world, by using martial arts as our vehicle.
Attention! Intel Employees! Employees who are working at a company that will match funding or time for funds! We need you! We need anyone willing to volunteer, help and support! =) Of course, right? What nonprofit doesn't. In our never-ending challenge to grow a 'non profit' martial arts school, develop martial arts in a modern world and change everyone's understanding of what we do and how we do it, we attempt to create a strong understanding in this podcast with Ms. Kelli Benedict! Kelli has been a long time supporter of Aim High and is on our funding committee. She works at Intel and is talking about how Intel Matches for every hour an employee volunteers. Let us know if you have questions, comments, or concerns - email@example.com
Aim high is a nonprofit that works to improve the lives of so many people in our community. We have a lot of fun raising money for this cause. We are holding our 1st haunted event this friday at aim high!
it's not easy but that's why we do it. In this episode we interview a long timer, Serena, and discover her thought on suicide, martial arts, and staying true to the meaning of youth development. We also talk with seasoned instructors, Randal Reeves and Jeremy Smith on how they handle talking to students when 'ruff stuff' happens on the floor. Martial Art instructors know a lot about kicking and punching, at Aim High, we train for more than 'just' that.
Talking to young people is sometimes in and of itself, a challenge. This, however, is far from the case in these two interviews with two blackbelt teenagers at Aim High Academy of Martial Arts on what is involved with being a blackbelt teen and their story. Well worth the listen as they are both, very impressive.
A topic of conversation, almost with everybody that enters the schools, talks to the front team and I'm always asked about is 'Money'. This will have to be an on-going conversation with different people that have the know on this topic. We talk to Adrienne Null, our front first impression's director, and Samantha Logan, the engine to ship - on the topic of money.