Social Impact Technology and Engineering, Inc. (SITE)
4825 Troost Ave., RM 108
Kansas City MO 64110
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (816) 448-2033
Mission Statement
The mission of Social Impact Technology & Engineering (SITE) is to build an engaging learning environment to adequately prepare and uniquely position urban students to:
  1. Realize the potential in actively pursuing a STEM career.
  2. Ensure they excel academically in reading and math.
  3. Serve as professional civic leaders in underserved communities.
SITE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with an accomplished board of directors that works to simplify the connection between STEM-related employers and the next generation of technically skilled employees through successful programs – like professional tours and the SITE Externship Program (SEP) – built to benefit educators, students, parents and businesses alike.
Originally established to link students to high-growth opportunities in the Greater Kansas City Area, SITE works to bridge the ever-growing skilled trades job gap by introducing educators and students to new and exciting potential careers in advanced manufacturing and other STEM industries. We aim to raise awareness that manufacturing careers are STEM careers and empower high school graduates to pursue them. In 2015, the Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte Skills Gap study found that six out of ten open skilled production positions went unfilled due to talent shortage – even when 80% of manufacturing companies are willing to pay more than market rates. Furthermore, only a third of Americans agree with the research-proven fact that manufacturing jobs are available and accessible. While the report does not analyze perceptions at the local level, anecdotally we know that many students do not realize how rewarding skilled trade careers can be. SITE works to increase prosperity by bridging the gap between industry and the future workforce.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Mark A. Irvin
Board Chair Mr. Wade D. Ladd
Board Chair Company Affiliation Semi-Retired
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 2014
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement
The mission of Social Impact Technology & Engineering (SITE) is to build an engaging learning environment to adequately prepare and uniquely position urban students to:
  1. Realize the potential in actively pursuing a STEM career.
  2. Ensure they excel academically in reading and math.
  3. Serve as professional civic leaders in underserved communities.
SITE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with an accomplished board of directors that works to simplify the connection between STEM-related employers and the next generation of technically skilled employees through successful programs – like professional tours and the SITE Externship Program (SEP) – built to benefit educators, students, parents and businesses alike.
Originally established to link students to high-growth opportunities in the Greater Kansas City Area, SITE works to bridge the ever-growing skilled trades job gap by introducing educators and students to new and exciting potential careers in advanced manufacturing and other STEM industries. We aim to raise awareness that manufacturing careers are STEM careers and empower high school graduates to pursue them. In 2015, the Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte Skills Gap study found that six out of ten open skilled production positions went unfilled due to talent shortage – even when 80% of manufacturing companies are willing to pay more than market rates. Furthermore, only a third of Americans agree with the research-proven fact that manufacturing jobs are available and accessible. While the report does not analyze perceptions at the local level, anecdotally we know that many students do not realize how rewarding skilled trade careers can be. SITE works to increase prosperity by bridging the gap between industry and the future workforce.
Background Statement
SITE is built on founder Mark Irvin’s decades of experience as a business owner, skilled trades educator, and youth mentor. As a MINDDRIVE mentor, Mark introduced high-risk students to STEM project-based learning with cutting edge technology. He saw firsthand how this approach engaged and opened their eyes to career possibilities in the STEM economy in ways that traditional STEM lessons could not. Based on this observation and a growing awareness of Kansas City’s STEM workforce gap, Irvin developed SITE to complement existing STEM curricula with real-world learning experiences.
SITE’s flagship program to date is Manufacturing Day (MFG Day), an all-day event for select high school juniors and seniors to tour advanced manufacturing plants and observe firsthand what it might be like to start a career in one. Since the first MFG Day in 2015, SITE has expanded to include (1) more in-depth tours for teachers and students to take a closer look at processes and technologies (Small-group Site Tours) and (2) a STEM career summit for girls to work together on hands-on projects and interact with female role models (GEM Day). As SITE’s reputation for impactful learning experiences grows, so do its programs. MFG Day 2016 saw a significant number of return students as well as new faces. In 2017, based on demand, we will expand the online interactive, post tour class lesson plans. GEM Day 2016 generated extremely positive feedback among participating girls and educators, and in 2017, we are planning both a second event for girls and a separate GEM Day for boys.
Clearly, demand for the kinds of hands-on, real-world-relevant learning experiences SITE offers is significant and ongoing. While we will continue to operate existing successful programs, we also aim to scale up impact by empowering teachers with a new SITE Externship Program (SEP), which will partner teachers with businesses to develop project-based curricula which they can then pass on to hundreds of students. We aim to pilot SEP, on the basis of a highly successful model developed by the University of Northern Iowa, in the 2017-2018 school year and begin scale-up in 2018-2019.
Also in 2017-2018, we will implement a targeted outreach program for educationally disconnected African American youth and adults. SITE Community Engagement and Education (SITE-SEED) will leverage community partnerships to connect this audience with key education and training programs that can lay the groundwork for STEM careers.
Impact Statement
Since 2014, SITE has partnered with local businesses and schools to promote positive career development opportunities in advanced manufacturing and STEM-related industries. SITE looks to transform the community and the job market by filling the skilled trades job gap and promoting the importance of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in both schools and business.
By 2016, SITE accomplished several major goals, including relocating and partnering with the KC STEM Alliance (KC ecosySTEM), hosting an all-girls STEM Summit (GEM Day 2016), holding several small-group tours and hosting three nationally acclaimed Manufacturing (MFG) Day events. In 2015, SITE’s MFG Day was awarded a “Day of Proclamation” by City Council. Positive feedback from teachers and students alike indicates that we are shifting perceptions and enriching academics. Said one student after a tour, “I’m surprised at how interested I am in this, and I’m glad I got to have this opportunity.” Meanwhile, teachers are using SITE experiences to create more hands-on and relevant classroom experiences such as cross-disciplinary projects. In the next decade, SITE plans to build on its achievements to maximize reach and impact. The program goals are to:
  • Raise STEM awareness and engagement among students through various distribution channels including multi-media outlets, social networks and in- and out-of-school presentations.
  • Develop and facilitate externships annually with school districts in the Greater Kansas City Region to enable educators to create more successful curricula to advance students’ the STEM knowledge and skills.
  • Empower out-of-school and/or economically disconnected adults to tap into available opportunities for STEM career development in the Kansas City metropolitan area.
  • Develop a regional learning system focused on experiential opportunities available to students interested in pursuing careers in advanced manufacturing and other STEM fields.
Needs Statement
The SITE organization has proven its ability to create, develop and implement engaging STEM-related educational activities for students and educators, but needs Unrestricted Operating Support funding to sustain, scale up and enhance its programming efforts. Specifically, SITE seeks operating support to complete and expand efforts during each calendar year. These operations will include:
  • Educational material and content writing
  • Interactive online content memberships and licensing
  • Core-infrastructure personnel
  • Community outreach and engagement
  • All student support activities, supplies, and materials
With sustainable funding, SITE intends to expand its reach while continuing to benefit educators, students and advanced manufacturing and STEM-related industries. Currently, all SITE personnel has been uncompensated, but funding will help to change these efforts and increase the organization’s ability to carry out daily tasks for more successful output.
Service Categories
Vocational & Technical Schools
Areas of Service
MO - Jackson County
MO - Eastern Jackson Co
MO - Clay County
MO - Platte County
KS - Wyandotte County
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement

Kansas City’s STEM industries face a skilled labor gap. As Baby Boomers retire, companies need tech-savvy new workers to carry increasingly digitized industries forward, but Millennials are poised to let this opportunity go by. A survey by The Boy Scouts of America recently found that while many students are interested in STEM careers, hardly any are considering the skilled trades which comprise much of the STEM economy. The Manufacturing Institute’s Public Perception Index finds that, because of concerns about job security and unfavorable social perceptions, only one in three parents would encourage their children to pursue careers in manufacturing; that only half of Americans believe manufacturing jobs to be interesting and rewarding, and, as previously mentioned, only a third agree that these jobs are available and accessible. As an African American, Kansas City native with connections to both the business world and the education sector, I see clearly the negative impact that this disconnect between industry and the future workforce has on our society. To ensure that Kansas City’s economy thrives and delivers equitable prosperity in the future, it is imperative that youth recognize and take advantage of local STEM opportunities.
 
SITE programs address related barriers of lack of awareness and motivation to engage kids in STEM learning and help build tomorrow’s workforce. Instead of pushing academics as a means to a goal, we introduce the goal first, opening young people’s eyes to the possibilities of STEM careers. Thus, we incentivize participation in the education and training needed to reach that goal, helping them lay crucial foundations for success.

I feel privileged to have grown up and spent my career in this great city, and I am dedicated to ensuring today’s youth can access all it has to offer. This is a passion that keeps me up late at night and rising early in the morning. In SITE’s first three years of existence, we have accomplished remarkable things, developing and growing three successful programs. Over the next three years, we are poised to make an even greater impact through programs that increase the number of high-quality STEM teachers and learning experiences in schools. I believe that by engaging the philanthropic, corporate, education and community sectors, SITE can grow to become a high-impact, long-term-sustainable player in Kansas City’s education sector, helping multiple generations to achieve lifelong prosperity and well being.

Programs
Description

Manufacturing Day (MFG Day) is a national annual event to educate the future workforce about what manufacturing is – and what it isn’t – through such as open houses, public tours, and career workshops. SITE’s MFG Day program brings 11th and 12th graders and their teachers into some of Kansas City’s most exciting advanced manufacturing settings to introduce them to the career possibilities in the local STEM economy. The day is designed to inspire youth who were previously unaware of these possibilities to consider careers in advanced manufacturing or other high-tech STEM industries, and to seed relationships between manufacturers, the future workforce, and educators. SITE collaborates with other organizations that work with youth to help identify students who can benefit most from the program, such as YMCA and KC STEM Alliance, to maximize the program’s impact. This high-visibility event helps promote SITE overall to schools and businesses.

 

Program Budget $3,650.00
Category Education, General/Other Education & Technology
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years), ,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Short-term program success will be demonstrated through increased student interest in MFG Day and other programs year-on-year. We aim for students to seek out SITE based on word of mouth from their peers, and even to become peer advocates for the program themselves within schools. Another indicator of our success in serving both students and employers is the number and quality of relationships we can establish and grow with Kansas City area businesses and industries, and the number of business that sponsor MFG Day with both financial and other resources.
Long-Term Success MFG Day aims to improve perceptions of manufacturing and similar STEM skilled trade careers through exposure and education. Ultimately through these programs, student awareness of, positive perceptions of, and interest in these careers will increase.
Program Success Monitored By
  1. SITE developed benchmarked data system that will track students' goals, interest and aptitude in manufacturing.
  2. SITE will work with businesses to generate corporate interest in creating a built-in succession plan that includes the use of a reliable pool of highly skilled, enthusiastic, and innovative Kansas City youth. The number of students will be tracked on an annual basis.
  3. SITE will have helped corporations fulfill their interest in social responsibility in return the corporations’ will support our students and program by contributing to our program.
  4. SITE will increase student participation in SITE sponsored initiatives.
  5. SITE will increase volunteer participation each successive year.
Examples of Program Success Feedback from students and teachers alike on MFG Day 2015 was extremely positive. Based on the success of the 2015 event, and with support from KC STEM Alliance, in 2016, SITE brought 50 students and 7 educators from 7 different high schools for a day of hands-on technology experiences and facilities tours, beginning with the General Motors Fairfax Assembly and Stamping Plant and continuing to several other sites. In a testament to the program’s popularity and growth, among the 2016 cohort were 15 returning alumni of MFG Day 2015. Said one educator, “Most of [the GM employees] had been there 10, 20, 30 years. And to have [the students] hear that, to realize that this was a long term investment for them, and what a great work environment it was for them… that gives them something to aspire to.” In 2017, we aim to offer MFG Day to 90 students based on increasing demand.
Description While MFG Day is a fast-paced, whirlwind introduction to the world of STEM careers, smaller, single-facility tours throughout the year provide more in-depth learning experiences. During guided tours, participants are introduced to new technology, processes, and career possibilities while learning about the importance of quality work and education. These rewarding and informative guided tours offer eligible students and teachers the ability to learn about these careers in a new setting with the aim that they will incorporate their takeaways back into the classroom and help others understand the importance of these industries and the potential they hold.
Program Budget $7,600.00
Category Education, General/Other Education & Technology
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years), ,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Short-term program success will be demonstrated through increased student interest in tours year-on-year, and increased tour offerings through additional business partners. As noted in the MFG Day summary, we aim for students to seek out SITE based on word of mouth from their peers, and even to become peer advocates for the program themselves within schools.
Long-Term Success Like MFG Day and other SITE programs, tours aim to improve perceptions of manufacturing and similar STEM skilled trade careers through exposure and education. Ultimately through these programs, student awareness of, positive perceptions of, and interest in these careers will increase.
Program Success Monitored By
As tours work in a similar way to MFG Day, but on a deeper level, monitoring will comprise the same benchmarks:
  1. SITE developed benchmarked data system that will track students' goals, interest and aptitude in manufacturing.
  2. SITE will work with businesses to generate corporate interest in creating a built-in succession plan that includes the use of a reliable pool of highly skilled, enthusiastic, and innovative Kansas City youth. The number of students will be tracked on an annual basis.
  3. SITE will have helped corporations fulfill their interest in social responsibility in return the corporations’ will support our students and program by contributing to our program.
  4. SITE will increase student participation in SITE sponsored initiatives.
  5. SITE will increase volunteer participation each successive year.
Examples of Program Success To date, SITE has four advanced manufacturing facility tours for local students and teachers. The direct impact of these tours included 150 students, 10 teachers, and 3 school districts and a host of volunteers. Student feedback indicates that we are indeed raising awareness and shifting perceptions. Said one tour participant, “I’m just more of an artistic, right-brained side rather than left-brain side I guess. And I enjoyed this trip so much. I learned a lot and it was really – I’m surprised at how interested I am in this and I’m really glad I got to have this opportunity.”
Description In 2016, SITE developed and partnered with the KC STEM Alliance, Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Metropolitan Community College - Business and Technology and hosted (GEM) Day – an all-day, all –girls event . designed to educate girls in a supportive, empowering environment on the many opportunities available to them in advanced manufacturing and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers. GEM Day included a keynote speaker , breakout sessions, hands-on projects and guided tours a featured group of panelist for sharing insight and discussions about STEM related issues and classes and high-impact videos, featuring younger STEM professionals. Going forward we plan to hold two GEM Days each calendar year, one that focuses on girls and another for boys, reaching approximately 150 students annually.
Program Budget $20,000.00
Category Science & Technology, General/Other Manufacturing & Industry
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years), ,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Short-term program success will be demonstrated through increased requests for participation from business partners and increased student interest. Students will seek out the GEM Day program and express interest to their teachers.
Long-Term Success GEM Days are requested and facilitated at multiple career technical colleges locally and regionally, and garner multiple paying sponsors. GEM Day becomes as popular as Career Day at high-quality, best-practice educational agencies.
Program Success Monitored By
As GEM Days work in a similar way to MFG Day and tours, monitoring will comprise the same benchmarks:
  1. SITE developed benchmarked data system that will track students' goals, interest and aptitude in manufacturing.
  2. SITE will work with businesses to generate corporate interest in creating a built-in succession plan that includes the use of a reliable pool of highly skilled, enthusiastic, and innovative Kansas City youth. The number of students will be tracked on an annual basis.
  3. SITE will have helped corporations fulfill their interest in social responsibility in return the corporations’ will support our students and program by contributing to our program.
  4. SITE will increase student participation in SITE sponsored initiatives.
  5. SITE will increase volunteer participation each successive year.
Examples of Program Success Our first GEM Day attracted 135 girls, Grades 7-10. We secured participation from a panel of 5 women in STEM-related careers and a relevant keynote speaker. Feedback from GEM Day participants was extremely positive, and led to the realization that there is high need and demand for a similar event for boys. Metropolitan Community College - Business and Technology (MCC-BT), who partnered with SITE for the event, received a “Champions of Inclusion” award from MCC for their role. Another partner, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce, provided the following feedback: “It was apparent that the students enjoyed much of the day learning about careers and aspects of manufacturing, as well as connecting with all of the STEM professionals in the room.. I think that the girls really connected early with [the keynote speaker]… and were more open to what they experienced throughout the day… It seemed like the girls really enjoyed GEM as they discovered various aspects of the manufacturing process.”
Description The SITE Externship Program (SEP) is an innovative externship designed to work alongside educators’ science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) classes. The innovative and thought-provoking SEP helps integrate the real-world experience into the classroom by letting educators participate in “Project Based Learning” programs with local and national advanced manufacturing and STEM-related employers, working side-by-side with skilled industry employees to bring the curriculum to students. Teachers who participate in SEPs will receive $120.00 per day during the programs’ designated time periods, most notably during summer break. The programs will be assigned by the business partners and created in conjunction with an academic curriculum developer to earn professional development (PD) credits during the SEP. By the end of the program, SITE will ensure that educators return the following school year with a plan to incorporate the lessons from the externship into valuable lessons for students and even other faculty.
Program Budget $36,290.00
Category Science & Technology, General/Other Manufacturing & Industry
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years), ,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success After the first cohort year, the program will be written into the school districts' next budget and LEAs will work to help expand the SEP into their regular curriculum. Additionally, businesses will actively seek teacher externs.
Long-Term Success

The long-term success of the SEP Program will be determined by its institutional and increased business partner’s adoption. SEP will become the leading Experiential Education through Project Based Learning (EEPBL), program for teachers. SEP will help by training teachers who will, in turn, bring back the knowledge acquired via the EEPBL in the form of an evidence-based curriculum, for the preceding school year. With SEP, teachers who reach hundreds of students each year can help us scale up the learning experiences of SITE’s other existing programs.

Program Success Monitored By SEP's success will be monitored by semi-annual evaluations and assessments. The assessments data will come from SEP business partners, and both school-level and district-level administrations and faculty.
Examples of Program Success N/A - The program has not been implemented yet.
Description In 2017, SITE will implement a Community Engagement & Education initiative (SITE-CEED) to improve access to the STEM economy for members of Kansas City’s metropolitan black community. SITE-CEED will leverage educational, industry and community-based partnerships to maximize the impact of STEM career training programs in this community, targeting 16- to 49-year-olds with a sub-focus on disconnected youth. SITE-CEED will help the community build a strong STEM workforce by (a) connecting teenagers with SITE’s secondary-level offerings and (b) connecting adults with post-secondary programs, such as SkillUP Missouri and KC Degrees. SITE-CEED will forge these connections by partnering through a series of community education and recruitment events, featuring discussions with clergy, educators, industry representatives and program staff to educate the community about available opportunities and support systems, and through high-quality, interactive online outreach.
Program Budget $29,700.00
Category Education, General/Other Vocational Education
Population Served Blacks, African Heritage, ,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success In the short term, our success will be measured by the number of people who participate in SITE-CEED events and the feedback they provide on how it impacts their interest in and motivation toward STEM-related career opportunities.
Long-Term Success Our long-term success will be measured by the number of individuals who, after participating in SITE-CEED, enroll in SITE’s secondary school programs and the post-secondary programs offered by organizations such as Metropolitan Community College/SkillUP Missouri, KC Degrees, and others as appropriate. Ultimately, this program aims to improve quality of life within the black community of Kansas City, by increasing the rates of employment in stable, rewarding careers with wages that enable real prosperity. We hope to contribute to decreases negative indicators such as the proportion of disconnected youth, and increases positive indicators such as secondary and post-secondary graduation rates and proportions of families making the median income or more.
Program Success Monitored By SITE-CEED success will be evaluated through surveys, which will include questions about race, ethnicity, income levels, and program engagement. Survey data will be analyzed on an ongoing basis to inform a continuous improvement process over the course of the initiative, and will also be cumulatively analyzed at the conclusion of the initiative to inform future community engagement efforts. Survey data may be supplemented with anecdotal feedback from participants, facilitators, educators, and program staff.
Examples of Program Success N/A - program has not yet been implemented.
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mr. Mark A. Irvin
Term Start Dec 2013
Experience SITE’s founder, Mark Irvin, has extensive experience in both skilled trades and education for underserved youth, which have proven invaluable as SITE continues to move forward. Mark’s skilled-trades training led him from high school to a successful career in construction, ultimately enabling him to run his own firm, KC MASS Services. Throughout his career he has worked to ensure that the future workforce can access similar economic rewards through relevant educational experiences. Prior to founding SITE, Mark’s education work included: serving as Executive Director for Are You Committed KC, a nonprofit providing life skills, job training, and apprenticeship placements to at-risk youth; founding The Charter School Group, which brings together education and corporate sector leaders to improve academic outcome for charter schools; and mentoring at-risk youth through MINDDRIVE. Through these endeavors, Irvin discovered the urgent necessity for the advanced manufacturing and STEM-related workforce while building important and valuable relationships with educators, school systems, and businesses, which now support SITE’s cross-sector partnerships.
Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start 0
Compensation Last Year
Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 1
Paid Part-Time Staff 0
Volunteers 20
Paid Contractors 0
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Under Development
Management Succession Plan No
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy No
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Wade D. Ladd
Company Affiliation Semi-Retired
Term Feb 2014 to Feb 2018
Email flyman1906@yahoo.com
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Ms. April Boyd-Noronha Community Volunteer
Mr. Mark Cipolla Community Volunteer
Mr. Eddie Henderson Retired (General Motors Fairfax Assembly Plant)
Mr. Wade D. Ladd Semi-Retired
Mr. David Rentie Community Volunteer
Mr. Rex Rodenbaugh Jr.Community Volunteer
Ms. Crystal Rodenbaugh Community Volunteer
Ms. Martha Thompson Community Volunteer
Ms. Tameka Williamson John Maxwell Team
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 6
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 3
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 5
Female 4
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 0
Board Meeting Attendance % 90%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100%
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
CEO Comments The all-inclusive stakeholders include the education sector, parents, community, industry and most importantly, the youth. When I set about the task of identifying my board, it was very gratifying to have such a strong momentum and willingness of the group to get things accomplished for this city and our youth. The SITE board composition is 60% educators and 40% business/corporate sector. This composition directly mirrors the work we are trying to do in the industry by linking education/corporation to benefit urban youth. SITE is seeking to further identify board members/key advisors who can garner additional resources for the organization.
Financials
Fiscal Year Start July 01, 2017
Fiscal Year End June 30, 2018
Projected Revenue $280,000
Projected Expenses $251,204
Foundation Comments
  • FYE 6/30/2016, 2015: Financial data reported using the organization's internal financials.
Detailed Financials
 
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201620152014
Program Expense$15,350$12,058--
Administration Expense$0$1,115--
Fundraising Expense$0$0--
Payments to Affiliates$0$0--
Total Revenue/Total Expenses2.231.53--
Program Expense/Total Expenses100%92%--
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%--
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201620152014
Total Assets$0$0--
Current Assets$0$0--
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0--
Current Liabilities$0$0--
Total Net Assets$0$0--
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities------
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets------
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201620152014
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- ----
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Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Organization Name Social Impact Technology and Engineering, Inc. (SITE)
Address 4825 Troost Ave., RM 108
Kansas City, MO 64110
Primary Phone (816) 448-2033
Contact Email sitekcinfo@gmail.com
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Mark A. Irvin
Board Chair Mr. Wade D. Ladd
Board Chair Company Affiliation Semi-Retired
Year of Incorporation 2014