A 21st Century Multicultural STEM Education Project, created as a non-profit to promote STEM education and cross-cultural understanding.
At Veritas Education we are proud to provide our students with exciting opportunities to serve their communities. We hope to instill in our students that knowledge is power, and with this power you can give back to the people who need it most. We want students to strive towards the ideal of a global community, where we truly are all one. Beyond this, we plan to continually equip our students with the resources to make these truths reality.
Students are leaders. Students can serve in innovative ways. Students can change the world.
We are an Official Certifying Organization for the President's Volunteer Service Award!
Service, community and self-growth is at the core of everything we do!
Thank you Dr. Wu, and our many volunteer members for your commitment to serving local students! Your willingness to BranchOut! has paid off! Learn more about this exciting honor.
For being awarded the Gold Star Group volunteer award
from the Fairfax Neighborhood and Community Services organization.
Learn more about this prestigious award by visiting BranchOut!'s website!
A multi-faceted program
Mentors gain just as much as they give!
Once in a
March 6, 2018
Last year, I participated in the Branchout program. I was able to meet people from unique cultural backgrounds and students with different learning needs. During my experience, I built strong relationships with my mentees. One of these mentees was a 21 year old student who had recently moved to America from Afganistan. Despite his social status, he was brilliant, constantly trying to learn how to read English and develop his linguistics. One day, we had a conversation about what we wanted to do in the future. I explained my aspirations to become a lawyer. When he explained his goals, I was astounded. Prior to moving to the US, he was in medical school in order to become a field doctor, to save the lives of fighters on the frontlines. However, conflict, violence, and terror displaced him out of his home country. His family traveled the world, searching for a place to live, an asylum. They found themselves in Falls Church Virginia. His history was amazing. I had never met anyone with such motivation or anyone who had faced such great hardship. The branchout program gave me a once in a lifetime experience to expand my horizons.