Education Programs

Back to School

Vocational Training Support

After School

Digital Divide

 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 2018

 

Youth participated in after school program in Georgia, West Virginia and Tennessee

Vocational training and support provided for youth in West Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee

Backpacks distributed in Georgia, West Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky among other states

computers distibuted through our Digital Divide Program in Beattyville, Kentucky

Latest News/Blogs
Bridging the Digital Divide for 35 Students in Kentucky

Bridging the Digital Divide for 35 Students in Kentucky

In 2017, Americans Helping Americans® initiated a pilot program to help bridge the digital divide for students attending Beattyville Elementary School, in hard hit Lee County, Kentucky, providing 30 of those most in need with all-in-one desktop computers. With the...

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Success Story: Jennifer Shelton

Success Story: Jennifer Shelton

Thanks to the supporters of Americans Helping Americans® our partner in West Virginia, Big Creek People in Action (BCPIA), is able to provide tutors to students at the McDowell County Career and Technology Center (MCCTC). Students have a wide variety of programs to...

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