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Graduating from our Community Program requires 80 hours of class time plus GED and college or vocational classes – making it no easy task.  Additionally our teen moms are also busy working, going to school, and being a mom!

From taking our Parenting and Healthy Relationships classes to attending workshops on Financial Literacy, Job Readiness and more, these young ladies have put in the hard work to become a graduate.

We are proud of each of them, and we believe that the world will be a better place as these resilient girls follow their dreams! Take a peek below to see what each of our graduates is planning next!

(Back row, left to right)
Tearsa
is looking forward to studying in the Emergency Medical Technician Program at Colorado Mountain College and becoming an EMT.

Devin dreams of becoming a professional baker for parties and special events. She will also be busy caring for her son, who is severely autistic, and planning his therapy and appointments.

Jenelle will continue working on her Associates Degree in Environmental Science with a concentration in Ecological Restoration at the Community College of Denver.  She hopes to help save the planet someday by becoming a Conservation Scientist.

Brittany will take prerequisite classes at Red Rock Community College to prepare for a career in nursing.  Next she will apply for the Nursing Pathways Program that transfers to CU-Denver.  Brittany hopes to become an Emergency Nurse in the Emergency Department!

Jade will soon start classes at the College of International Esthetics.  She plans to first work as an esthetician and eventually own her own business!

Jackie will continue to study at the Community College of Denver as she considers options for pursuing a career in the healthcare field.  She is currently looking into the LPN Program at Emily Griffith Technical College and the Surgical Tech Program at the Community College of Denver.

(Front row, left to right)
Emily will continue to work in her job at a hotel and is also helping Hope House with a landscape architectural plan for the new Resource Center! Her ultimate dream is to pursue a career in landscape design.

Maria Cristina earned a banking certification through Penn Foster and is working towards landing a position within a bank that will provide opportunities for upward mobility.

Kassandra is working toward her Associates Degree in the Sonography Program at Red Rocks Community College. Her ultimate goal is to become an Ultrasound Technologist, but she is currently taking a semester off because her childcare support fell through.

Maddie will take classes (on a scholarship!) at both Front Range Community College and Red Rocks Community College to earn a Medical Assisting degree and complete her nursing prerequisites. She is on the path to becoming a Labor and Delivery Nurse.

Jenni is working fulltime at Elements Academy as a Lead Teacher and will also start classes in Early Childhood Education at Front Range Community College in the fall.  Jenni plans to become a pre-K through 3rd grade teacher.

Nia will study Chemistry at Metropolitan State University of Denver and also work in the Financial Aid Department.  She plans to become a Forensic Scientist.