- New Heights Educational Group offers a range of emotional support services for children and adults
- NHEG has expanded its outreach by over 90,000 people during the pandemic in 2020 and has continued to grow globally
- All of NHEG’s volunteers are dedicated to the cause and are committed to providing the highest quality educational services for children and adults with differing abilities
About New Heights Educational Group
New Heights Educational Group (NHEG) promotes literacy for children and adults by offering a range of educational support services, including assisting families in the selection of schools; organization of educational activities; and acquisition of materials. NHEG promotes a healthy learning environment and enrichment programs for families of preschool and school-age children, including children with special needs.
NHEG was founded in 2006 by Pamela Clark. Pamela discovered that families need to cooperate in educating children with learning difficulties such as ADHD, bipolar disorder, autism, and neurological disorders.
New Heights Educational Group has grown its online reach during 2020 by over 90,000 people. Pamela Clark leads a team of over 90 volunteers that research advancements, provide training to teachers for different learning styles, and is experienced in successful online learning. The organization replaced its $45 per week cost for tutoring services to $45 per month during the pandemic. NHEG’s online courses, informational services, and tutoring now reach more than 350,000 students across the nation.
NHEG’s largest following is for the free courses. They have expanded an online reading ambassador program where athletes read stories to students online. This past year, many new courses were added, including a Chinese and Music course, as well as a low-cost Chemistry course. Everyone that works with NHEG is a volunteer and works hard to create real change and bring resources and educational opportunities to all individuals.
Julia Landy began volunteering with NHEG in July 2020. She has worked as a graphic designer, video editor, and new media creator. At only 16 years old, her talents outshine her age, and she has created media and advertisements for NHEG’s newest reading programs, updated course logos, annual cards, and more - totaling over 40 assignments. Julia’s work is essential to NHEG’s continued growth.
Marina Klimi began volunteering with NHEG in August 2013. She creates the bimonthly NHEG EDGuide, which is packed with information in educational topics. Marina creates the covers for each magazine and organizes massive amounts of information to share with the public while also being a team leader. Marina works hard to inform and educate the public on the happenings and opportunities that New Heights Educational Group offers on a regular basis. Her dedication and skills help NHEG expand around the world and has benefited the American nonprofit.
New Heights Educational Group won the Gold Stevie Award for COVID-19 Response Categories - Educational Hero of the Year, as well as three Bronze Stevie Awards for Support Staffer of the Year; Marketer of the Year; and Product Developer of the Year in The 2021 American Business Awards®.
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