Mc outreach learning center: M.c. Outreach Learning Center | MEMPHIS TN

Опубликовано: August 6, 2023 в 4:34 am


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MC Outreach Learning Center | Memphis, TN

Program areas at MC Outreach Learning Center

MC Outreach Learning Center provides childcare to individuals and families enabling them to secure employment, to continue employment or to continue their education in order to gain meaningful employment

Personnel at MC Outreach Learning Center

Name Title Compensation Date of data
Arnita Brooks-Rodgers Director 2021-09-15
Arnita Brooks Secretary $36,000 2020-12-31
Mary Brooks Vice – Chair $0 2020-12-31
Basil Brooks Chairman $0 2020-12-31

Financials for MC Outreach Learning Center

  • Revenues
  • Expenses
  • Assets
  • Liabilities
Revenues FYE 12/2021 FYE 12/2020 % Change
Total grants, contributions, etc. $495,911 $515,304 -3.8%
Program services $0 $0
Investment income and dividends $0 $0
Tax-exempt bond proceeds $0 $0
Royalty revenue $0 $0
Net rental income $0 $0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets $0 $0
Net income from fundraising events $0 $0
Net income from gaming activities $0 $0
Net income from sales of inventory $0 $0
Miscellaneous revenues $0 $0
Total revenues $495,911 $515,304 -3. 8%

Form 990s for MC Outreach Learning Center

Fiscal year ending Date received by IRS Form PDF link
2020-12 2021-09-15 990 View PDF
2019-12 2021-04-02 990 View PDF
2018-12 2020-01-23 990 View PDF
2017-12 2018-12-22 990 View PDF
2016-12 2017-10-27 990 View PDF
…and 7 more Form 990s

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Angier After School Program 501(c)(3) Waban, MA $229,131
Growing Places Early Education and Youth Recreation 501(c)(3) Lee, NH $1,434,572
Wilkes Community Partnership for Children 501(c)(3) North Wilkesboro, NC $777,857
Child Care Connections of Cleveland County 501(c)(3) Shelby, NC $849,427
Carver Community Organization 501(c)(3) Evansville, IN $1,712,706
Redwood City Child Development Program 501(c)(3) Redwood City, CA $1,285,035
Children’s Center of the Upper Valley 501(c)(3) Lebanon, NH $1,190,359

Data update history

August 10, 2022

Posted financials

Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2020

August 23, 2021

Posted financials

Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2019

April 30, 2021

Posted financials

Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2018

September 4, 2020

Updated personnel

Identified 1 new personnel

June 4, 2020

Used new vendors

Identified 1 new vendor, including

Nonprofit Types

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Human servicesChildren


Receives government fundingTax deductible donations

General information

963 Mississippi Blvd
Memphis, TN 38126
Metro area
Memphis, TN-MS-AR
Shelby County, TN
(901) 947-6520

IRS details

Fiscal year end
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)


NTEE code, primary
P33: Child Day Care
NAICS code, primary
813410: Civic and Social Organizations
Parent/child status

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Mc Outreach Learning Center Inc – Nonprofit Explorer

Total Revenue


Total Functional Expenses $463,716
Net income $51,588
Notable sources of revenue Percent of total revenue
Contributions $515,304 100%
Program services $0
Investment income $0
Bond proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Rental property income $0
Net fundraising $0
Sales of assets $0
Net inventory sales $0
Other revenue $0
Notable expenses Percent of total expenses
Executive compensation $70,501 15. 2%
Professional fundraising fees $0
Other salaries and wages $222,066 47.9%
Total Assets $0
Total Liabilities $0
Net Assets $0
Key Employees and Officers Compensation

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Preparing schoolchildren for Olympiads – organizing field meetings with practicing teachers

Among the numerous methods of work focused on the intellectual development of schoolchildren, a special place is occupied by subject Olympiads. The Olympic movement today is one of the topical areas when it comes to working with gifted children. The participation of students in the Olympiads, their victories today is considered one of the criteria for evaluating the activities of educational institutions, and the activities of a teacher.

Participation in the Olympiad movement for students is very important, because it:

  • contributes to their self-realization;
  • expands and deepens knowledge in a specific subject area;
  • allows you to decide on the choice of a future profession.

The main goal of school Olympiads is to identify talented children. The ProfDevelopment Training Center will provide scientific and methodological support to your educational organization in developing students’ interest in studying subjects, which will increase the intellectual level of students and create the necessary conditions for supporting gifted children.

02.12.2021 on the basis of the Municipal Autonomous General Educational Institution “School No. 3″ of the Kamyshlov City District, a meeting will be held with the teacher of the Department of Physics, Technology and Methods of Teaching Physics and Technology of the Ural State Pedagogical University Semerikov Vladimir Alekseevich.
As part of the “Preparation for Physics Olympiads” module, students are offered tasks that are somewhat different from typical school tasks. The main characteristic feature of the Olympiad problem is its non-standard nature, that is, its external dissimilarity to typical problems. To solve most of the Olympiad problems, knowledge of the material is almost never required, the study of which is not provided for by the school programs of physics and mathematics. However, the solution of Olympiad physical problems requires the ability to build physical models, a deep understanding of physical laws, the ability to independently apply them in various situations, as well as fluency in the mathematical apparatus (without the latter, obtaining a solution to most physical problems is impossible).

Also, during the academic year, the children are expected to meet with teachers-practitioners of other subject areas “Mathematics”, “Social Science”.

I would like to express my gratitude to Irina Gennadievna Tretkova for warm cooperation with the ProfDevelopment Training Center and for organizing this process.

In the opinion of Olga Mikhailovna Kuznetsova, Chairman of the Committee on Education, Culture, Sports and Youth Affairs of the Administration of the Kamyshlov City District, modern requirements for the organization of schoolchildren’s education in accordance with the Concept for the Modernization of Education in the Russian Federation are aimed at developing a creative, socially active personality, at identifying its cognitive interests and needs, to the activation of the cognitive independence of students. The current generation is growing up in an actively changing society, so the most important problem is to prepare young people to make their own decisions without losing their personal identity, moral principles, the ability to self-knowledge and self-realization.