Education Programs

Back to School

Vocational Training Support

After School

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 THE CHALLENGES

For many Appalachian parents being able to support the educational efforts of their children is a challenge.

During the school year, we support after-school programs in which many children can take part in fun, learning activities, and receive one on one tutoring.

OUR IMPACT IN 2017

 

youth benefited from an after-school program in Georgia

vocational training participants received one-on-one tutoring support though a vocational training program sponsored by the McDowell County Career & Technology Center

elementary and middle school students received backpacks filled with school supplies throughout Appalachia and elsewhere

Latest News/Blogs

Supercalifragilistexpialidocioius!

We know there are hundreds of thousands of kids in Appalachia who are bright and eager to learn. But too often they become discouraged by parents, many who are high school dropouts themselves and never earned a GED, who don’t encourage them to work hard and succeed in...

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Digital Divide Update

Technology has a foothold in every aspect of today’s society but many children in the heart of Appalachia are getting left behind as for their parents a computer and internet service is simply a “luxury” they cannot afford. Last year, Americans Helping Americans®...

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