As more Promise kids and families take advantage of opportunities and access Promise services, we’re beginning to hear more and more feedback from participants whose lives are changing as a result. Here are just a few of the responses we’ve received from families this month:
Hard-Working Youth is Asked to Work More HoursFebruary 6, 2017
When Life Changes for the BestFebruary 2, 2017
Perseverance Pays OffJanuary 27, 2017
What’s Your Promise Story? Are you a family member, teen, counselor, employer, legislator, or someone else connected to Wisconsin Promise? Tell us how Promise has impacted you!
Promise Services Summary
The Impact of Wisconsin Promise Depends on Making a Difference in the Lives of all Wisconsin Promise Youth and Families
The more impact we can have with more youth and their family members, the more we will be able to demonstrate how Wisconsin Promise Services and Supports can help to increase participants’ education, employment, and financial self-sufficiency.
We exceeded our enrollment goal of 2,000 and now have 2,024 individuals enrolled in Promise!
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*6 youth have since withdrawn from Wisconsin Promise Services. (One youth recently re-enrolled in Promise.)
Promise Participants – Demographics
Who are the Youth and Families participating in Wisconsin Promise?
Find out more by reading some of the general backgrounds and characteristics of participants.
More about Promise…
Wisconsin is one of six sites nationwide participating in the U.S. Department of Education’s demonstration of a promising path to success for youth receiving SSI. Youth and families in Wisconsin Promise are starting to identify their educational and employment goals. They are starting to receive services to help them meet these goals. These services are outlined in a table that lists a menu of services that are available through Wisconsin Promise.
Stay tuned for more blog updates on Wisconsin Promise!
About the Author
Ellie Hartman, PhD
Ellie is the Wisconsin Promise Project Manager. That means she makes sure all of many moving pieces and parts come together! More about Ellie…
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