Our BACK TO SCHOOL recipient is something that officially kicked off this Fall 2017. Jeremiah received a scholarship to Archbishop Curley and needed to look the part. From Khakis, suit jackets, ties, shirts, and even socks, Jeremiah is ready for a new environment. He is a scholar athlete and we will continue to follow him to ensure he is prepared not only to graduate, but to enroll in college in…
Noluthando just moved to the US from South Africa. Upon her arrival she was determined to find a program to put her in a better financial position. She views America as the land of opportunity, as many do in other countries, and refuses to take being in this country for granted. She enrolled in NPower, which creates pathways to economic prosperity by launching digital careers for military vets and young…
Chyna, an NPower student, is used to receiving second hand clothing from her aunt that is similar in size, but unfortunately not in the bust. NPower, which creates pathways to economic prosperity by launching digital careers for military vets and young adults from undeserved communities, asks their students dress as if they are going to work. We were happy to get Chyna some new clothes of her own that fit…
Look who is all smiles trying on a few options. Angel will look great working at City Hall this summer with #YouthWorks! Angel was fortunate enough to land a summer job providing administrative support for Councilman Carl Stokes. Not too shabby for a 15 year old student on the rise!
Meet Jacky, a young mother that was told she should probably leave school behind because it would be too tough to care for her daughter and continue high school. Well, needless to say Jacky didn't take the advice. She stuck with it, attending Ben Franklin, which has childcare onsite, and graduated this past Friday. Jacky is an intern at Harbor Hospital through a placement program Ben Franklin offers. She will…
Kyle, received a few things to get over a hurdle last month. Kyle moved here not long ago from California with the hopes of a landing a job. Unfortunately, that particular job didn't work out and he found himself in a predicament that led to homelessness. He kept his head held high, found an amazing church, a place to live, a job opportunity and a friend with Potential Me.
Towander is beautiful inside and out. Going back to school isn't the only thing on her shoulders, since her mother's passing, she has been taking care of her brother with special needs without financial assistance. To celebrate returning to school, some new threads are in order. Towander will be entering the medical field, and we wish her the best of luck! We will check back in with her soon.
Trinity attends school in West Baltimore and was a regular at the Potential Me "Dress For Success" program at the Penn North library. Attending almost every session and really taking interest earned Trinity a spot in our hearts. Trinity was able to grab a few professional items at Ashley Stewart and will be attending a few events that require business casual attire with our founder. Trinity wants to be exposed…
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