Train. House. Educate.
We help build community through common-unity
Who We Are.
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The Alexander Transitional Housing Center, Inc. (ATHC) works in collaboration with local nonprofits, community members, entrepreneurs, and specialized industry trainers to assist young adults, striving students and upcoming community and world leaders via specialized training courses, perfect for on-the-grow learning. With the mission of implementing a Community Cultivation Center, ATHC utilizes “THE” method: Train, House and Educate as foundational pillars to our specialized training.
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Housing will be provided for up to 300 students, staff, and mentees throughout each academic year. Similar to the pillar of training, housing will also be an intentional match-based initiative with art students housed in the art section with other art students and construction students housed with other construction majors. This on-campus style of learning is the smart-tech and smart-school focus which THE is aiming to produce.
Housing will be provided for up to 300 students, staff, mentees throughout each academic year. Similar to the pillar of training, housing will also be an intentional match-based ceremony; ie art students will be housed with art students, construction students with construction etc. This on-campus style of learning is the smart-tech and smart-school focus THE is aiming to produce.
Education is the pillar that ties the objectives of THE together. As such, studio spaces will be available as an all-inclusive work, study, and play area for students on site. Whether space is used as a writing lab, virtual learning center or classroom session, training will produce opportunities for in-house as well as expansive employment opportunities.
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