Salvadori’s mission is to teach K-12 students math, science, and the arts through a collaborative,hands-on, project-based approach that uses the built environment ~ buildings, bridges, parks, and communities ~ to show students how STEAM is relevant to their lives.
Salvadori’s vision is to:
Salvadori values an approach that builds vital 21st century college and career skills:
We value our process that engages all students, provides results that reflect high levels of
ownership, directly supports educational standards, and promotes college and career readiness.
Maintain a high level of partner satisfaction ~ principals, teachers, funders, staff, and Board. Successful partnerships require continual collaboration, assessment, and feedback.
Goal 1: Strive to understand and help achieve our partners’ goals.
Goal 2: Create mutually beneficial partnerships with shared goals and interests.
Maintain a high level of program & product quality ~ curricula, instruction, and materials. Salvadori’s success lies in tools and the methods of our approach.
Goal 1: Continually evaluate and improve curricula and related materials.
Goal 2: Maintain 5-tier assessment/evaluation program and robust training.
Explore opportunities to serve more students through significant program expansion. Salvadori is a high quality program that works ~ we should find ways to reach more students.
Goal 1: Develop a cost effective mechanism to double the number of students taught.
Goal 2: Identify corporate/foundation underwriting for a multi-year program.
Engage the next generation of leaders ~ staff, Board, volunteers, clients, advocates, etc. Long-term survival will require passion and commitment by the next generation of leaders.
Goal 1: Establish an engaged corps of mid-level built environment professionals (architects, engineers, etc.) who are committed to Salvadori’s mission.
Goal 2: Establish new connections to fundraising, marketing, and public awareness.