H.I.M. Center

HIM Center LogoCorey Tabor is the Founder and President of the History in the Making Community Development Center (H.I.M. Center).

Purpose: Our purpose is to improve the quality of education in the community, enrich the quality of families within the community and develop quality leaders for the community.

Vision: We will encourage, educate and empower members of our community to make history in their lifetime.

The History in the Making Principles include:

  • Decisions – The ability to say yes!
  • Discipline – The ability to say no, so you can say yes to something greater!
  • Excellence – Doing the best you can with what you have!
  • Effort – Doing the best you can when you do not have to!
  • Expectations – Expectation Management
  • Education – Learning to learn through your learning style!
  • Experience – Learning by experience!

Our pillars of focus will be education, economic development and family development.

Education Economic Development Family Development
Adopt-a-School Black Business Symposium Premarital Counseling
5th Quarter Parties Job Placement Center Post Marital Counseling
In School Mentoring Resume Writing Family Counseling
School Supply Drives Interviewing Skills Family Education
H.I.M. Ambassadors Business Attire Assistance Community Family Night
Campus Advisory Council Computer Literacy Class Adoption Support
Tutoring Small Business Institute Single Parent Support
ESL Class   Parenting Classes
GED Class   Sex Education
Financial Education   Parents’ Night Out
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