Our Social Impact
Starting in the summer of 2021, we have partnered with the Carver to provide free music and art classes to 100+ students in grades K-8. In the summer of 2022, we expanded our program to include humanities, social science and technology-related subjects.
Starting in December 2021, we have provided concerts at senior centers all over the United States. Research has shown that music can increase happiness, improve health and memory, and help forge social connections.
Starting in October 2021, we have provided Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA) Westport with stellar volunteers for their concerts and community events. MoCA is partnering with the Westport School of Music (WSM) for a Music Special this summer. We provide our volunteer service to support the WSM curriculum and campers.
Starting in March 2021, we have forged relationships with libraries all over the world. We have also held workshops to encourage interest in a variety of HASST subjects at places such as the Singapore National Library.
Girls Who Code
Starting in September 2021, we became a host organization for Girls Who Code and launched two clubs (3rd-5th grade and 6th-12th grade) to help close the gender gap in technology.
English Language Arts
Starting in July 2021, we have provided classes to non-English speaking students, teaching them about English literature and American culture. These classes are held virtually, allowing people from all over the world to sign up.