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Fargo-Moorhead

More than 2,300 single mothers are living in poverty in the Fargo-Moorhead area, a number that has increased 16% over the last six years. The majority of these mothers have children under the age of 4. Their unsafe, unstable housing and a lack of affordable, quality childcare create barriers to pursuing a college education that leads to career-track jobs.

Planning is underway in Fargo-Moorhead to build a campus to serve the many single mothers in the area who are determined to change their lives and their children’s futures. The campus will provide:

Safe and Affordable Housing in a Supportive Community

Jeremiah’s housing makes it possible for women to pursue their post-secondary education while living in a safe, campus-style environment. This supportive community is a critical component to the success of young families.

Support for Career-Track College Education

With Jeremiah Program’s support, women set educational goals, choose a career-track path, and get into and through their degree program. This individualized support promotes a culture of accountability and success, while adding well-trained, critically needed workers to the local Fargo-Moorhead economy. This support fully aligns with the community’s strong educational foundation of colleges and universities with a variety of degree programs targeted toward in-demand professions.

Quality Early Childhood Education

Children will receive high quality early childhood education and care from a center located on-site. That means Jeremiah children enter kindergarten ready and on par with their peers, resulting in a reduction in the need for academic support programs.

Empowerment and Life Skills

Through the pre-admission empowerment program, women develop the confidence, independence, self-determination and self-management to transform their lives. Life skills training helps them learn to reduce debt, build credit, and manage their finances responsibly.

As we prepare to build a Fargo-Moorhead campus, we are offering empowerment courses for single mothers and community referral partners. Download the information about the spring 2015 course below. Information about the fall 2015 course will be available in July.

Support our Fargo-Moorhead Program

Help get Jeremiah Program up and running in Fargo-Moorhead! Your financial contribution will help us achieve our goal of breaking ground on a our campus in 2015. Click here to give!

We especially encourage you to become a Generation Builder, a group of ambassadors who are passionate about supporting Jeremiah Program in Fargo-Moorhead. Download the Generations Builder brochure.

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