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…
Our Prom Recipients are special in many ways. Intelligent, stellar students, athletes, and in this case, even an environmentalist. Most may say Robbie has autism, at Potential Me, we say autism has Robbie. A Junior at Our Lady of Mount Carmel of Baltimore, Robbie plays baseball, football, and wrestles, without forgeting his duties every Wednesday as the Recyclables Manager. Robbie won the honor this year for the exact same reasons…
Jada is a beautiful Towson University student forward to Potential Me by My Sister's Circle of Baltimore. Jada will begin her internship teaching dance and art at a Baltimore City elementary school and needed a few professional outfits. As pretty as she may be, would you guess Jada is used to sporting sweats and sneakers? Well, I think she has the professional look down as well. We wanted to get…
Shay is an Excel Academy graduate that doubled as our Prom Recipient for Baltimore City! Shay wrote an amazing essay, which is no surprise considering she graduated as the Valedictorian. Shay received a scholarship from College Bound Scholars and will be attending Morgan State University in the Fall. This was an easy and fulfilling shopping experience. Shay has overcome so much in her life, and has no plans to quit…
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