Every Foster Youth Deserves a Bright Future

Our Vision

To create a lifelong continuum of care for all youth who have been subjected to poverty, abuse, abandonment, or neglect.

 

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We Can & We Will

Our founders share their vision for foster youth throughout the nation.  

Our Mission

To provide a path to independence for at-risk, homeless and foster youth through education, mentoring, and life-skills programming.

Education should be an attainable goal for even the most disadvantaged.
Educate Tomorrow's Home Page Statistics

of Foster Youth in Florida

complete High School

Educate Tomorrow's Home Page Statistics

of Foster Youth are

behind a grade level

Educate Tomorrow's Home Page Statistics

of 13-17 Foster Youth

have an educational & career path plan filed with the court

Educate Tomorrow's Home Page Statistics

of Foster Youth who graduate high school

will attend college

Educate Tomorrow Students Don't Age Out - We help them pave a path for lifelong success.
It's our job to provide youth with the opportunities for a better tomorrow.

The Impact

Educate Tomorrow's program primarily serves these young adults by providing multi-year, goal-oriented academic and career coaching, intensive skill-building.

Alumnus

Our students have proudly graduated from 15 different institutions

Over 40%

of Educate Tomorrow’s students 23 years or older have post -secondary degree / cert.

OUR STUDENTSNEVER AGE OUT

Over 90%

of Educate Tomorrow’s students of 20+ years have a high school diploma or equivalent.

Just a few moments can change a life, become part of Educate Tomorrow today!
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