Future Foundation students get real-world experience
Our vision: A community where all youth become self-sustainable adults. We work to do this every day by employing kids with tools to succeed. That’s what fifteen, 10th to12th grade students from Future Foundation’s College 4 Careers program are doing right now as Junior Achievement (JA) Fellows.
Future Foundation’s Staff Takes Over Tri-Cities High School
It was a peaceful takeover. In fact, it was encouraged by Tri-Cities High School as a part of an initiative to increase the involvement of parents and the community.
Do you have the opportunity to do what you do best every day?
That’s the key question asked by the Clifton StrengthsFinder program, which is the culmination of more than 50 years of work by Dr. Donald O. Clifton, known as the father of strengths-based psychology. The program he developed has helped millions of people around the world to discover their strengths.
GA Gives Day
Whether you have ever given a dime or a minute of time, your life has been affected by the work of a nonprofit. Now, The Georgia Center for Nonprofits is creating an opportunity for everyone, in every corner of the state, to support the causes that make Georgia great. It’s called Georgia Gives Day, and it’s a drive for donations that’s happening now through December 6.
College 4 Career
On November 13, 12 10th-12th grade high school students who are part of the Future Foundation’s College 4 Career program attended the third annual “I Am College Material” Scholarship Fair at Turner Field’s 755 Club.