ABOUT US
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info@nobelity.org

512-263-7971

 

PO BOX 161925

Austin, TX 78716 

TEACHER RESOURCES
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PROJECT FORMS

The Nobelity Project is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.

PROGRAMMING + PROJECTS

 

Our partnerships build critically needed school infrastructure, support literacy and scholarship, and promote conservation and community service.  Together we are increasing access to education, improving quality of learning, expanding opportunity, and creating connections to the world we all share.

EAST AFRICA

​We work in over 50 school communities across rural Kenya, impacting more than15,000  students every year. We also assist students to continue their education despite financial hardship. A school is so much more than the bricks and mortar, but they are a great start!

  • 50 school partners

  • New classrooms and libraries

  • Dorms, toilets and sanitation facilities

  • Kitchens and dining halls

  • Computer, home ec and science labs 

  • ARES offline digital library systems

  • Clean water systems

  • 45 "Jumpstart" College Scholarships

LATIN AMERICA

We work with partners in Honduras and Mexico on conservation education and improved literacy. 

  • 2 school buses converted to bookmobiles serve all schools on the Honduran islands of Roatán and Santos Guardiola with library books and lesson plans - Partners in Education Roatan (P.I.E.R.) report that test scores are up!

  • In the mountains of Michocan, we support the work of Altenare and Monarch Watch to conserve their mariposa refuge.  Check out our short film Monarchs: The Milkweed Mission about the what we can do to save the monarch species.

UNITED STATES

We work with local organizations and Central Texas schools to empower students to make connections with their peers around the world.

  • FREE teacher resources at nobelityinschools.org

  • Connecting communities through our film, Building Hope for 6th graders at the historic Paramount Theatre, followed by a live call on the big screen with Kenyan schools

  • Sponsoring CapCityKids school supplies program: together with AISD Project Help, we provide at-risk kids basic school needs to increase attendance

  • Social Impact Award with UIL Young Filmmakers Competition

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Computer Class

Mahiga is the first of our 5 ARES pilot programs in Kenyan High schools