HOPE HOUSE NEWS
Congrats to our largest class ever!
Earning a GED or other high school equivalency certification is a key step in the journey toward self-sufficiency. In fact, it opens many doors of opportunity, from community college to vocational programs to higher paying jobs
We are extremely proud of our largest graduating class to date! Each of these 13 young women has worked hard to pass each of the required exams, and the majority will now transition into our College & Career Support Program so they can keep moving toward economic independence.
Check out what each graduate is planning for her future!
- Alisha will take the prerequisite classes for the Pathway to Nursing Program at Red Rocks Community College.
- Allison plans to look into various college options and programs.
- Brooke will be working toward a degree Criminal Investigation – and dreams of becoming either a police officer or a forensic anthropologist.
- Caylee plans to apply to a Pathway to Nursing Program as a step toward becoming an RN.
- Cristina is will be looking into options for teaching preschool.
- Dominique plans to join the Vet Tech Program at Front Range Community College.
- Harper will be going to Red Rocks Community College to study Criminal Justice and eventually become a criminal profiler.
- Marlene will be considering college options to set a good example for her daughters.
- Nicole dreams of becoming a neurologist and will be researching the next step.
- Sabrina plans to apply to a Pathway to Nursing Program and eventually become a NICU Nurse.
- Sammy will be going to Red Rocks Community College to study Medical Assisting.
- Sierra is currently working and may attend college this fall.
- Temia plans to enter the Forensic Science Program at Red Rocks Community College.