TwoWks For Students


Most students struggle with school because a lack of motivation, productive habits, parental involvement or a combination of the three. TwoWks has developed a mobile app that gets students to track the small steps they're taking toward a goal and it schedules periodic check-ins with their parents, relatives and family friends. 



The WHAFA Program


For high school students, TwoWks produced a program called the WHAFA Program. (WHAFA stands for: Worth, Habits, Academics, Financial Aid). WHAFA is an innovative lesson plan made to radically impact the lives of high school students. 



Through students’ individual activities, we show them that they have the values that are needed in society. We also establish creative check-in systems with their parents and relatives. Kids who understand and believe in their worth are more motivated to work towards their potential. 




Our software is extremely proficient at cultivating habits. We track and summarize over 1,500 data points to help students (and their accountability partners) know how well their progressing toward consistency. 




First, we help students realize their worth and get them excited about their future. Next, we instill strong habits so they become empowered to overcome obstacles. This is the foundation upon which we execute personalized strategies for academic improvement.  



Financial Aid 

This is what it all comes down to. Getting into college is one thing, but getting funding for it is another. All the lessons learned in the previous phases (plus some new ones) will collide to ensure the student gives themselves the greatest chance for success.  


Intro Videos


Curriculum Affiliates 


Arizona State University 

TwoWks is backed by a grant by Arizona State University to get our curriculum into schools across the United States and internationally.  Schools will now be able to use TwoWks free of charge.

Aligned with Above the Influence

Above the Influence’s goal is to help teens stand up to negative pressures, or influences. The more aware they are of the influences around them, the better prepared they will be to face them, including the pressure to use drugs and alcohol.


Aligned with NHTRC (sex trafficking)

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national anti-trafficking hotline and resource center serving victims and survivors of human trafficking and the anti-trafficking community in the United States.

Aligned with Gatorade's P.O.Y. Award

The Gatorade Player of the Year award was established in 1985 to recognize and celebrate the nation's most outstanding high school talents for their athletic achievement, academic excellence and exemplary character. 


See the curriculum
in action!