H.O.P.E. Project Information Session Tonight at Ballou High

Hello Save Ward 8 cause members, the movement to improve the lives of young people continues. Please share the link with unemployed and under-employed young adults. Link to the HOPE Project - click the info session link http://www.hopeprojectdc.org/ Also…Read More

HOPE Project Town hall/Forum on Young Adult Unemployment and Violence

Date: Monday, May 17, 2010 - Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm Location: The New Salvation Army Building - Street: 2300 MLK Jr. Ave SE City/Town: Washington, DC 202.449.8663 Ext.1 Are you concerned about young adult violence, unemployment, and hopelessness? Do you have…Read More

Breaking News... The H.O.P.E. Project Young Adult Career Workshop Series

Hello Save Ward 8 FB friends, the MOVEMENT CONTINUES, On May 15th the H.O.P.E. Project will begin a series of FREE one day workshops to assist young adults with career planning, professional development and job search strategies. PLEASE SHARE THE INFORMATION…Read More

The Save Ward 8 Cause is the answer to the shooting/killing of our young people in SE

Hello Save Ward 8 cause members, as you know the Save Ward 8 Cause kicked-off its first major effort to improve the condition of Ward 8 - May of last year with the HOPE Project. here is a quick update. Many of our students enrolled into the program jobless,…Read More

join the discussion on teen and young people pregnancy and parenting

Ward 8 has the highest teen and young people pregnancy rate in DC. Join me Saturday Febuary 6, @ 11:0am as we discuss this very important and sometimes controversial topic with author Melinda Robertson. Melinda has written two books. Motherhood . . . What You…Read More

Many thanks from the HOPE Project

Hello Save Ward 8 Cause members, The HOPE Project the first of many efforts of the Save Ward 8 Cause, wishes you happy holidays. The HOPE Project is our pilot training program for young people ages 18-25, that prepares them for rewarding careers as helpdesk…Read More

The H.O.P.E. Project - Save Ward 8

Hello Save Ward 8 Cause members, just a quick update on the progress of the Save Ward Cause. Our first effort the H.O.P.E. project continues to gain momentum, all 15 students are having great success with mastering the technical and corporate training. Visit…Read More
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