Who We Are
What We Do
Working 2gether Inc. is an endeavor to bring people 2gether. We work to build synergism within different ranges of communities including: elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, organizations and sports teams. We emphasize the importance of creating a positive environment and school climate to reach optimal success for everyone.
*RELATIONSHIP CENTERED SCHOOLS BUILDER through E books, YouTube channel 2gether Tuesday, assemblies, counseling, and seminars.
*Implement our own conflict resolution curriculum and training.
*CBITS.org program/Dr Mario Martinez Mind Body Code/Dr Joe Dispenza/Dr Eric Thomas influenced counseling for students that have experience trauma, anxiety conditions, depression conditions.
*Student-Athlete/Parent Success System and seminars for high schools and middle schools.
Established since February 2016. This entity has been forming through experiences and training since 1986. Working with over 100,000 students over the years has prepared this organization to assist schools all over the country with their positive school climate enhancement. All of this effort is designed to increase attendance, increase the graduation rate, improve students' GPA/Conduct Marks, decrease suspensions/detentions/referrals, and improve the overall happiness of students and faculty while at school.
Author of 6 successful Ebooks, Owner/Counselor of Mediation By Gray Matters, is the C.A.R.E Center counselor/teacher at Long Beach Polytechnic High School and is in charge of school climate and the mental health for 4,800 students and 200 faculty/staff members. He has been Head Counselor at Long Beach Polytechnic HS and Educational Partnership HS . Michael has led young people as an elementary school teacher and also as a Guidance Counselor at Stephens M S and Washington MS. Assisting 1000's of students gain admission to college, 1000's of student-athletes qualify for college athletic scholarships, and many 100's actually earn athletic scholarships. Running successful campuses in different environments. He has a unique perspective of what it takes to prepare middle school students for the rigors of high school and college and high school students for the challenges and wonderment of college/adulthood.