HELP US CELEBRATE OUR GRADUATES
A different kind of journey.
Our 2022 graduates have had a different kind of educational journey. Many of them are completing two-year degrees, which means they both started and finished their degrees during a global pandemic. They adapted. They persevered. And they graduated.
Our education programs are designed to help non-traditional and low-income students overcome barriers to their educational goals. Many are single parents, first-generation students, or working multiple jobs. These barriers only increased with the COVID-19 crisis. From struggles with distance learning to job loss, it has not been easy for the class of 2022. They began their degrees in an uncertain and unstable world, followed by two years of living and learning through a global pandemic on the road to graduation.
But they have persisted. We are so proud of the Class of 2022 and want to ensure they feel our love and support this month. Help us honor their hard work and resilience!
Join us in celebrating these amazing students!
Below are this year’s Education Navigation and Stay the Course® graduates, both confirmed and anticipated for May and August 2022!
Education Navigation Graduates
Rae Yanne Preville
Maya Celeste Rodgers
Jessica De La Rosa
Perla De La Rosa
Stay the Course Graduates
Mariah “Vyolet” Moreno
How We Support Students
Participants in both Stay the Course® and Education Navigation are paired with a Navigator who provides what we call “supercharged” case management: holistic, wrap-around services that launch from a place of believing in our students’ capability to reach their goals.
Stay tuned for a special message to graduates from our program Navigators!
Be a Graduate Advocate!
Ways you can help us celebrate our students:
- Follow #AdvocatesforGraduates and like, comment, and share our posts highlighting these programs and our students!
- Spread the word about these programs and our students through your own social media channels. Feel free to include words of encouragement for us to share with our students. Be sure to tag us and use #AdvocatesforGraduates so we can share these messages with our grads.
- Donate to support individualized Out of Poverty Pathways like our education programs! You can give here.
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