ULC is committed to building strong working relationships with other organizations with similar interests, and therefore invites them as well as other individuals to partner with ULC in helping Haiti and other appropriate endeavors. ULC recognizes that an organization is only as strong as its supporters and is devoted to creating networks with the sole intention of bolstering the education level of developing countries. ULC aims to join forces with others to become catalysts in accelerating and optimizing the social impact of their work.
Before joining forces with any organization, ULC implements a thorough screening process to determine financial health and organizational history so that we may assure our membership of the reliability of our relationships.
In addition to requiring financial records and other pertinent information, ULC requires that the partnering organizations sign a website link authorization form Website Authorization Form
If you would like information on partnering with ULC, please contact us for more information about helping Haiti and other developing nations.
KEO Marketing Inc.
In 2014, KEO Marketing offered their expertise to help Universal Learning Centre update and strengthen its marketing presence. Areas of focus included our website design, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and social meeting strategies. Today, we are better positioned to demonstrate our story and engage with ULC supporters.
KEO Marketing Inc., a leading B2B marketing agency based in Phoenix, Arizona, develops and implements innovative strategies to help clients dramatically increase leads and sales. The company’s solutions include marketing strategy, brand positioning and messaging, search engine marketing and optimization, website development, social media, online advertising, local and mobile marketing and more. Some of the world’s largest brands have depended on KEO Marketing for marketing that delivers tangible and substantial results. For more information visit http://www.keomarketing.com
Cultures à Partager
The Foundation mission is to promote education, learning of the reading, the protection of the environment and to enhance the sharing of cultures among the francophone countries. More specifically, the Foundation contributes to the access to knowledge, progress and democracy through the book and reading. It supports literacy for sustainable development and contributes to the construction of the bases of knowledge and conscience which entitled every human being.
Over the past years, this foundation has donated over 25,000 books to Universal Learning Centres in Haiti. http://www.culturesapartager.org
Harvard Medical School
Basic Science Partnership (BSP) at Harvard Medical School (HMS), founded in 1996, is an educational program designed to support K-12 science education. The outreach mission of BSP is carried out by faculty, predoctoral fellows and medical students. In its collaboration with classroom educators in schools and after-school programs, BSP attempts to enhance science education for middle school children in the Boston area. The goal of BSP is to make science come alive for students through hands-on discovery. BSP’s primary target is to reach inner city schools who face tremendous challenges because of limited resources. Material and intellectual resources and curriculum are developed by Harvard Medical School graduate and medical students for each BSP outreach. Their approach is to act as role models while demonstrating the process of scientific discovery. This curriculum includes a large range of disciplines such as biology, chemistry, astronomy and earth sciences. Through this work BSP has reached hundreds of young people.
Although their efforts have been focused mainly on Boston-area schools, such as, the New Mission High School, the Fenway School, Norwell High School, Boston Trinity Academy, the James W. Hennegan School and the Ephiphany School to mention a few, BSP has an international outreach program. In 2009, BSP teamed up with the Universal Learning Centre (ULC) to sponsor a trip to Haiti to set up and establish the very first library in Pilate. Along with other resources, BSP donated several computers to the library. This project was the first step to building a model community learning center in Pilate which can then be implemented throughout Haiti.
Please visit the BSP website at: https://bsp.med.harvard.edu/
Beausoleil Consulting Services, Inc.
Henrick Beausoleil is the co-founder and managing partner of Beausoleil Consulting Services (BCS). BCS designs commercial and residential buildings that positively impact the people, environment and communities they serve. As the Executive Project Manager for BCS, Henrick oversees initiatives related to design and client development. A graduate of Architecture from NYIT and as a LEED accredited professional, he is an accomplished Project Manager with more than 16 years of experience in architecture & interior design. He has worked on various commercial projects ranging from speculative office buildings, corporate interiors and multi-family housing projects for several high profile architecture firms in New York City. He is actively involved with many professional organizations such as USGBC to further his interest in environmental design and urban planning. Henrick is married to his business partner Sherley Beausoleil who has a Masters’ degree in Information Technology from Dowling College. He left Haiti in 1980 and always dreamed of being an architect with the goal of using his experience to bring sustainable infrastructure and housing back to Haiti. Henrick and Sherley Beausoleil are both fluent in Haitian Creole and English.
- The American Institute of Architects (AIA), Associate AIA member – local Chapter
- US Green Building Council (USGBC), Local Chapter
- National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
- Project Management Institute (PMI), Local Chapter
BEAUSOLEIL CONSULTING SERVICES, INC.
Project Management & Construction Administration
Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776