Jeremiah Program is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization using a proven, holistic approach to transform families from poverty to prosperity two generations at a time. Through support for a career-track college education, safe and affordable housing, quality early childhood education, and empowerment and life skills training, Jeremiah Program prepares determined single mothers to succeed in the workforce, readies their children to succeed in school, and reduces generational dependence on public assistance.
Jeremiah Program currently has two fully operational sites in Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN, which serve 300 women and children at any given time. Phase one of a campus serving four families in Austin, TX, opened in fall 2013, with plans to break ground on a permanent campus in 2015. In addition, Jeremiah launched two pilot programs with Endicott College in Boston in fall 2014, and leaders in Fargo-Moorhead are making progress in establishing a campus in their community.
To transform families from poverty to prosperity.
To be a national leader in assisting single mothers and their children to break the cycle of poverty.
We value the investments of all who contribute and ensure good use of their resources to achieve meaningful results.
Healthy Relationships. Healthy relationships with families, friends, colleagues and a higher power create safe, secure and thriving communities.
Entrepreneurship. Learning is enhanced when we are open to opportunities, stretch our thinking and seek innovation.
Respect for all people. We value and appreciate the contributions of all people and treat others with integrity.
We are accountable for excellence in our performance and measure our progress.
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