There are two (2) parts to The Visionary's Laboratory Program.
Part I = SCHOOL PERSPECTIVE:
Part I focus is to adopt a grade level from a particular school and recognize children that show improvement in a particular subject or have the will power and desire to want better. Anyone can nominate a school or a class but must be later approved by our administrators. At the end of the year, those children are rewarded for their fortitude at the I Am Vision, Inc. Award Ceremony. This seamless process creates a relationship with the Program, the school and the community for support of the student(s).
Types of Awards:
- Determination Award (area(s) of most improved and staying focus.
- Etiquette Award (area(s) base on character and conduct.
- Honor Award (area(s) maintaining an A average.
Phase II = INDIVIDUAL PERSPECTIVE
Phase II is based on students as an individual member away from their school and their perspective future, visions, and careers. I Am Vision, Inc. welcome all children from all around and different background who are motivated to learn, striving for high achievements, or who are struggling to improve in academics such as math science, history and reading. We confer with parents, teachers, pastors and the community seeking for young individuals determined to succeed. Our main focus is to encourage, motivate and inspire each individual to become self driven about learning and achieving their dream and goals. Upon these nominations, we monitor their grades and life improvement throughout the school year. At the end of every school year, we hold an award ceremony rewarding the children with such recognitions as: Determination, Etiquette, and Honor.
There are three (3) phases to the Vision Center Program.
"Self-disciplined begins with the mastery of your thoughts. If you don't control what you think, you can't control what you do. Simply, self discipline enables you to think first and act afterward." -- Napoleon Hill
Courage - n. bravery; fearlessness; the quality that makes a person able to face danger or difficulty.