Lifelong Learning

Education lays a path toward personal fulfillment and financial freedom.

The  workforce served by the REACH Project faces multiple barriers: underfunded and low- performing schools, multigenerational poverty, and systemic racism. They are further disadvantaged and intimidated when dealing with institutions they have never been taught to navigate.

Education can mitigate those disparities in wealth, geography, and demography. REACH offers lifelong learning programs that provide the knowledge, skills, and experience that can help lift people out of low-paying, unskilled jobs, and multigenerational poverty.

REACH Courses

  • English as a Second Language

  • Nutrition & Healthy Lifestyle Education

  • GED & Certification Training

  • Primary Skill Development

  • Language Education & Literacy

  • Naturalization Preparation & Citizenship Education

  • Early Childhood Development & Daycare

  • Financial Literacy

  • Vehicle Maintenance & Repair

  • Home Maintenance & Repair

  • Computer Literacy

  • Upskilling & Career Planning

  • Entrepreneurial Education

High Impact Service Opportunities

Students with knowledge and skills want real-world experience. The REACH High Impact Service Opportunity (HISO) platform offers hands-on learning through service to others; enriching students’ personal development and graduating more altruistically-driven individuals who will actively contribute to a more equitable world.

  • “Living Lab” Education Opportunities

  • Altruistic Learning Experience

  • Competitive Job Experiences

  • Interdisciplinary Collaboration

  • Interdisciplinary Research

  • Empowered Employees

  • Holistic Solutions to Affordable Housing

We’re Extending Our REACH

The REACH Program is currently looking at expanding to other university campuses throughout the United States. If you’re interested in learning more about how the REACH program can support your community, email us.