The Embarkus Project Journey
In September 2019, the Embarkus Project was founded by Ebony J. Karim to establish an increased interest and proficiency in STEM as well as introduce nutrition and wellness, physical fitness and mental health coaching among underrepresented minority students in K-12 . Our founder's passion for health and wellness combined with her love of the sciences ,emerged as she founded the Embarkus Wellness Program. Ebony and the Embarkus Wellness team have developed comprehensive solutions to the underserved American's poor health crisis. Officially launching in December, she unveiled the core team of clinical practitioners from Chicago, Miami and New York.
The Embarkus Project
Portfolio of Work
The Maryland Center @ Bowie State University
The 21st Century Community Learning Center(21CCLC) Out of School Time Grant was awarded in 2019. The program is in its second year of operation at Drew Freeman Middle School in Prince George's County, MD. The education innovation initiative provides STEM education to 6th, 7th and 8th graders who have demonstrated an interest in science , technology, engineering and math.