Even in the West, traditional methods of education are being bypassed or supplemented to learn digital-age skills online. How much more do students in the developing world, where traditional education is stuck in the 1950s, need access to e-learning? This is what Jeune Espoir offers! Academic Support and Skills for Prospering in Place is a program of Jeune Espoir in Guinea to supplement schools and educational centers with local Learning Management Systems that include corruption-proof learning management, computer-based formats of the national school curriculum and a learning toolkit that equips youth with skills for prospering in place. This program brings integrity in learning, raises secondary students’ standard of education, and raises youth employability. The program is currently serving 400 youth per year. We are seeking $126,000 as financial support to extend our program to 1,200 more beneficiaries per year at three additional sites, update and build new courses, and administer the program.