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.