To promote family, stability, employment, respect, citizenship, and peaceful cooperation by providing resources to motivated individuals who would benefit from education and personal development of various kinds.
The Bochatey Foundation believes that EDUCATION encompasses a vast range of learning and knowledge expansion. That includes seeking spiritual understanding and meeting psychological/behavioral challenges as one grows; to fundamentals and more traditional life and works skills such as vocational training and academic opportunities.
Our goal is to help people achieve their goals to become proud, productive, and happy members of the community. Our goal is also to help develop individuals who are self-sufficient, able to contribute to family and society by paying it forward.
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The Bochatey Foundation has received special provisions to grant personal scholarships to people of any age, race, national origin, color, religions, disability, gender, orientation, or ethnicity who can't otherwise afford the education that would help them (including children), and thus their family and community, be more productive and independent. Following are examples of what we consider education. They might get you thinking about education in a broader way, about education applied to life in a new way, about a better future:
- tutoring in academic subjects for young and old(er)
- learning centers that teach study and test-taking skills including brain rewiring
- supplies for home schooling, literacy, and bi-lingual
- group or individual coaching to assist with learning disabilities and difficulties such as Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, or Autism spectrum
- Lessons in music, art, dance, and theatre for brain coordination and confidence
- Writing masterclasses for expression, technical applications, or professionally
- Speech therapy, sign language, lip-reading and audio & braille technologies.
- Vocational training, Apprenticeships, professional certificates, etc.
- Leadership and life skill camps for adults and young adults
- Wilderness camps that teach common sense, self-reliance, and liberal arts
- Literacy and Basic skills for adults (including computer)
- K-12, GED, College and beyond, especially for those who can't attend because they are in medical care, incarcerated, home bound, and the like.
When scholarships from other sources have already provided for tuition, The Bochatey Foundation may be able to help remove small obstacles that still prevent the individual from proceeding with their education.
Our most important criteria is that your education, your improved situation in life, also help the greater community. We are looking for motivated individuals who want to work toward a better life which will eventually help others. We have adopted the following goals for education in the lives of those who are awarded personal scholarships to help you form a proposal or application:
If you say to yourself something like this, we might be able to help.
Dyslexia and Discalculia are common learning disabilities that don't have to stop you.