Develop Academic Success

Helping Develop Skills and Abilities

Education is a cornerstone for success in school, work and life. It also benefits the whole community: high school graduates have higher earning potential, contribute more to their local economies, are more engaged in their communities, and are more likely to raise kids who also graduate on time.

United Way adopts a comprehensive approach to educational programs that span all the way from cradle to career.

Strategy 1

Increase access to transportation for basic needs, health and education

Strategy 2

Engage and empower individuals to transition out of the cycle of poverty into financial stability.

Strategy 3

Improve access for individuals or families to educate themselves on skills to build stability and independence.

Strategy 4

Improve access and awareness of resources providing assistance in utilities, rent, and food.

Strategy 1

Promote optimal healthy growth and development.

Strategy 2

Improve access to quality childcare programs.

Strategy 1

Promote successful student transition (middle school to high school and high school to post-secondary education).

Strategy 1

Improve access to services that prevent and mitigate adverse childhood experiences related to abuse and neglect with emphasis on prevention and early intervention.

Strategy 2

Increase access to parent education programs to support healthier parent/child relationships and a stable home life.

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