Students are from 8 countries: the United States of America, Canada, Switzerland, Italy, Japan, China, Taiwan, and Singapore
states in the U.S. have students participating in BeHASSTic programs
humanities, arts, social sciences, and technology (HASST) classes have been provided
students have registered and taken part in BeHASSTic's programs
middle/high school volunteers make up BeHASSTic. These volunteers come from 54+ schools and 13 different states
partnerships and collaborations have been formed between BeHASSTic and other organizations
community service hours have been provided by our volunteers to support our community.
Alice Chow Pharmacist, Health and Wellness Educator provided a webinar "Make Every Bite Count" on May 1, 2021, to our students at ELA programs as a part of cultural exchange with students in China.
Workshop Organizer: Ziyi Yan
BeHASSTic organized a transformative workshop aimed at empowering students to explore the profound benefits of reading and writing poetry. This workshop served as a guide, enabling participants to delve deep into the intricate realm of poetry, fostering a profound understanding of oneself and others. Despite the inherent challenges that poetry presents, this workshop provided students with the tools and techniques needed to navigate its complexities and unlock its transformative power. By engaging in this meaningful exploration of poetry, students were able to embark on a journey of self-discovery, gaining valuable insights into their own emotions, experiences, and the shared human condition.