Welcome - DeliTeach Enterprises, LLC
Share. Inform. Enlighten.
Verdel A. Jones - CEO and Founder
Our goal is to share, inform and enlighten you, by providing relevant timely information, that will give; solutions, strategies and knowledge needed to
help you achieve your goals. From educational events, help with college planning, to delivering media content that impacts our community in a positive way, we are here to support you.
Do You Want Expert Advice on the College Visit?
Check this course out...5 secret tips to the college visit. In this 12-minute video Verdel shares insider tips from a professional and personal point of view. Here is your opportunity to hear from an expert in this field, as she shares valuable insights and strategies on how to throughly research a college on your college visit.
Help Your Child Get into College
Check Out This Year's Event
Write - Rhyme & Recite Collective
Celebrating Young Poets and Highlighting Authors
June 8, 2019 at The African American Museum in Hempstead, NY
Our Poetry Slam Scholars
1st place - $1500 - 2nd place - $1000
Our Dynamic Authors
As the CEO and founder of DeliTeach Enterprises, LLC. I am dedicated to sharing ideas, and knowledge that informs and enlightens. I have been an educator for over twenty years and truly believe that knowledge is power.
Our mission is to provide information that will allow people, especially our youth, to grow and achieve their career and personal goals. On June 8, 2019 DeliTeach Enterprises hosted our second annual Write, Rhyme and Recite Collective: Celebrating Young Poet & Highlighting Authors. Eight authors shared their stories and sold their books, and graduating Long Island students competed for a Poetry Slam Scholarship. Our event was held at the African American Museum in Hempstead, NY. We also partnered with Beth Brown, the owner of The Big Black Book NYC. We also had the pleasure of hearing words of wisdom from our keynote speaker Najee Simmons.
As spring approaches, you should definitely take the opportunity to visit colleges. Spring is a perfect time to explore college campuses. In most cases, colleges are in session during a high school student’s spring break. So, if you visit when you are off, you don’t have to take time away from school. In addition, you get to see an active campus with students engaged and participating in day-to-day activities taking place.
Some years ago our daughter had an assignment in her Senior Experience class...I can honestly say, this is one of the best learning experiences she had in high school. It taught her what the "real world" is about and that project will stay with her for life.
Verdel A. Jones, CEO