BeHASSTic

Our Mission

BeHASSTic is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that aims to use our knowledge in the Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences, and Technology (HASST) to help address social concerns and provide equitable educational opportunities for all.

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countries including the U.S., Italy, Japan, and Singapore

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states in the U.S. have students participating in BeHASSTic programs

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humanities, arts, social sciences, and technology (HASST) classes have been provided

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2700+

students have registered and taken part in BeHASSTic's programs

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100+

middle/high school volunteers make up BeHASSTic. These volunteers come from 50+ schools and 12 different states

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partnerships and collaborations have been formed between BeHASSTic and other organizations

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1900+

community service hours have been provided by our volunteers

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Our Social Impact

The world faces many different social issues every day, and we want to make a positive impact, no matter how big or small the concern is. Our team at BeHASSTic uses our knowledge and experiences with subjects from the humanities, arts, social sciences, and technology (HASST) to brainstorm innovative solutions that can help our local communities. Some of our recent objectives include using music to increase happiness and enhance the quality of life of seniors, and targeting a wide range of problems such as the gender gap, the lack of equal educational opportunities for students, and music and arts education funding cuts. 

Blog

Go through our blog posts to find out our opinion about HASST, education, and its impact on individuals and society.

Our first post is about the impact teachers make on student success. Read it here>>

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Current Events

Today, women are underrepresented in the field of computer science. This is why we are running a computer science competition for girls to support your computer science ambitions! Through our contest, you will be able to use coding to solve real-world problems! 

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Hats off to Beatrice and the team for their incredible leadership and community service spirit! They are an inspiration to my son.

—  Ling L.