Graduation 2019: Amina shares her story

Graduation 2019: Amina shares her story

“A friend suggested that I call Bridge. So I called and was able to be set up with the Education Department and start school here at Bridge.

I always knew I was smart enough, and knowing that, I kept trying. The problem was not me as a person, but the way the classes were taught at school. But Bridge has helped me and it’s been amazing. I’ve been able to find progress.”

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Education & Career Development Program prepares for Graduation 2019

Education & Career Development Program prepares for Graduation 2019

Cap Decorating: the next step before Graduation!

Over the past few weeks we have hosted small cap-decorating parties. We are continuously inspired by the creativity and talent our youth have, and look forward to celebrating! For many youth, their achievements are much more than earning a diploma or securing employment. Our youth are confirming their futures, on their way to stability and self-sufficiency.

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Harry: "This was an opportunity to get the skills I needed."

Harry: "This was an opportunity to get the skills I needed."

Bridge’s Work-Based Learning Program (WLP) is a three month part-time, paid internship to develop essential employment skills in a supportive environment.

Harry currently lives in our Emergency Residence, busy stabilizing his life. He is glad for this part-time opportunity while fielding job interviews.

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