“And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.”
Producing profitable solutions to socio-economic problems.
As academic and practical changes evolve, they do so at a level of great magnitude. Such changes are affecting organizations, institutions, and individuals who find that they are falling behind in the progression factor.
By way of the phrase “falling behind” reference is made to the challenge of adapting, relating, or maintaining the ability to advance within the vicissitudes of academic knowledge and applied know-how.
The purpose of the IAM is to serve primary and secondary school students, their parents, institutions and business clients that are in need of logistical, technical, and business strategy services as they enter the realm of obtaining or providing an apprenticeship position aligned with an academic trajectory
While new generations are emerging, it is the continuity of known identities that allow for continued growth and success for all.
The IAM has researched, studied and actualized the nuances of Dual-Education by way of apprenticeships and academics.
This dual-education model is fostered as a way for students of all ages and stages of their lives to dream big and position themselves succinctly into whatever career they so desire.
There is no task too great for the U.S.A.
History has clearly proven that for every obstacle, tragedy or threat presented to the U.S., there is an innate reaction to stand tall, band together and get through such adversities together.
Our commitment to excellence embraces the pursuit of brilliance both inside and outside the classroom and the workplace.
We encourage critical thinking and emphasize the learning process over rote memorization.
This combination of learning methods are guaranteed to identify exceptional young citizens with a determination to contribute to society, as a whole, in a very positive manner.
When choices are to be made during the formative years of a young person’s life, the options as presented to them must bear significant relevance, both to where they are in life currently and where they hope to be in the future.
From the classroom to the boardroom...as both an academic and a professional, Dr. Myrtle Patricia Alexander, began her initial research in the field of Management and International Business in 2012, as she examined the Swiss Dual-Education System.
It is from the Swiss methods of taking a good thing and making it great, that the most vital of lessons learned for the young citizens of the U.S.A. and beyond, were obtained.
Furthermore, it is not for lack of initiatives, but rather lack of consistency, which has prevented a successful transition from school to work for all our children.
To provide a platform for all students, with an emphasis placed on disadvantaged and underrepresented young citizens, to receive first class academic, vocational and professional services, to enable a smooth and successful transition from the sphere of school into the world of work.
“Upon the subject of education…I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as a people may be engaged in.”
16th President of the United States of America
Collaboration is Key
The demand for a professional entity such as the IAM has stemmed from the need of students, parents, practitioners, corporations and institutions, just to name a few.
This institute so required to provide strategies, structure and sustainability within the realm of dual-education as it pertains to the arena of apprenticeships and the best practices acquired to succinctly align it with academics.
America has been presented with a call to action and all actors as noted have a part to play.
The IAM Advisory Board is an informal body that provides non-binding strategic advice to the management of our organization.
The IAM Chairman of the Board is the principal officer of our institute, who presides over our Board of Directors and oversees the activities of our organization.
The IAM Board of Directors are a formal body of appointed or elected members who jointly oversee the undertakings of our organization.
The IAM-CAO, takes on the role of an administrative professional who helps to ensure that all educational aspects of the organization operate as expected.
Such a role includes her serving on the Board of Directors for the IAM, as well as outlining the most positive trajectory of academic and vocational education for PreK-12 students across the nation.
Originally from the U.K., with Jamaican roots, Dr. Myrtle is astute with 20+ years of experience as a business executive and 8+ years as a scholar.
This combination of skills and talent allows for a premium of executive management strategies and structures to be delivered, where all stakeholders leave the boardroom or the classroom with their expectations above and beyond satisfied.
The IAM-CFO works alongside other C-Suite team members and takes ownership of all company fiscal and regulatory matters.
This role allows for her to develop, monitor and evaluate the overall corporate strategy with the CEO and leaders of the institute, with an emphasis on bottom line performance, working capital and enhancing shareholder value.
The IAM-CHRO, acquires the position of a top-level management executive in charge of or institute's employees, she assumes the responsibility of running the institute's human capital management and other HR technology systems.
This role allows her to deal with the rapid development and adoption of HR software, the escalated competition for employee talent and increased government compliance requirements which have collectively elevated the importance of her CHRO position.
The IAM-CIO is an established executive that oversees the information technology (IT) needs of a company
This role enables him to create of the organization’s business value through technology, as well as the strategic planning of business growth objectives to ensure tech systems and procedures lead to outcomes in line with business goals.
He oversees development of client service platforms and proactively manage IT and development team personnel.
The IAM-CLO serves as a member of senior management who plans, directs, and evaluates the institute's strategic initiatives in professional development and lifelong learning programs.
He is responsible for the identification, development, and implementation of scientific methods, instructional strategies, and learning technologies in the design, implementation, and evaluation of professional development.
The IAM-CMO is the senior executive of the institute's marketing department.
She is a thought leader and a tactical implementer, adequately assuming her responsibility for all areas of marketing, including sales, client experience, public policy, media relations, promotion, web and electronic services and the corporate programs of the institute.
The IAM-COS enables the CEO to work most effectively with internal and external stakeholders and fulfill her commitments to IAM partners, funders, and the Board of Directors.
This highly strategic and facilitative role is one that requires her to expend her immense combination of focus and flexibility, as well as her willingness to play an active, behind-the-scenes role, with strong emotional intelligence, self-motivation, and strong analytical skills.
The IAM-CSO identifies and executes growth opportunities in our company.
He drives the institute's merger and acquisition (M&A) activity, divestments and divestiture. Additionally, he evaluates market forecast and long-term trends, collects competitive intelligence, while steering cross-functional business processes and maintaining business model innovation.
Our IAM Administrative Apprentice (AA) undertakes comprehensive field-based learning experience of at least 4000 hours, during a 3-4 year period in the role and at the level of the qualification sought. The AA is guided by a trained mentor who is a member of the IAM Executive Team
The appropriate mentor qualifies for this role by possessing at least five years experience at the Doctoral Degree level in the role of the qualification sought by the apprentice.
The IAM-MD controls the day-to-day operations of the institute and is responsible for its performance.
He carries out the strategy set by the CEO, Chairman and the Board of Directors.
He is a key decision maker for the IAM, and is most comfortable taking responsibility for his decisions as he thrives in our high-pressure environment.
Our IAM Administrative Intern (AI) develops building-level administrative skills by assisting the C-Suite Executive Team members in providing administrative support to organize, administer, and provide support for a creative school program.
This undertaking allows for comprehensive field-based learning experience of at least 12 months in the role and at the level of the experience sought, guided by the interdepartmental abilities of all the IAM Executive Team
The IAM High School Teacher teaches academic lessons and various skills that students will need to attend college and to enter the job market. with a diverse range of academic knowledge.
The IAM School Principal is responsible for all aspects of the administration of their school. They provide leadership and are the final authority within their institution. Educational planning by assessing and updating the curriculum is a core obligation, as well as the supervision of their teachers.
The IAM Vocational Teacher, also known as a Career and Technical Education Teacher, instructs students in practical career skills in our middle and secondary public educational institutions.
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