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Miami Community Activist Virginia Emmons Selected as a National Finalist by the President's Commission for the White House Fellowship
Monday, June 18, 2012
MIAMI - Virginia Emmons, Co-Founder of the Miami-based non-profit organization Educate Tomorrow, was recently selected as a national finalist for the prestigious White House Fellows Class of 2012-2013. This year's National Finalists have already advanced through a highly competitive selection process. Selection as a Fellow is based on a record of
 
Getting Some Fresh Air And Life Skills In Southern Miami
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Educate Tomorrow recently faciliated a day retreat for young men in southern Miami, a great experience for everyone involved.
 
Educate Tomorrow at Buffalo Cove, NC
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
This August, Educate Tomorrow accompanied a number of Miami-Dade youth to Buffalo Cove Outdoor Education Center in North Carolina. 
 
Former foster children from Miami help build a Habitat for Humanity home in Stuart
Thursday, August 12, 2010

A group of former foster kids put their summer vacations on hold, trading in sunglasses and swimwear for hardhats and hammers to help Habitat for Humanity of Martin County build a home for a family in East Stuart.

 
President Obama Proclaims May National Foster Care Month
Friday, April 30, 2010
Every year May is National Foster Care Month, but itís not any other year for foster youth across the nation: three recent laws have significantly improved foster care in the U.S. In a proclamation released on April 28th, President Obama outlined the goals of the laws and recognized all the people involved in improving the lives of foster youth and
 
Alhadj in the News
Friday, April 30, 2010
The Observer has written a story about our own Alahdj Amadou, director of our international program. Read the original article here http://observernews.com/index.php/news/general-news/1743-west-african-educator-visits-reston-schools, or below. West African Educator Visits Reston Schools By Leslie Perales, Observer Editor Last week Alhadj Amadou, an
 
Educate Tomorrow Published In a New Book "The American Way To Change"
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Educate Tomorrow has been published in a new book The American Way to Change, as 1 of the country's 25 "Models With Promise" that are transforming the nation through national service and volunteers. Click here to visit the book's official website: http://www.waytochange.com/high_impact_volunteer_and_national_service_programs.html
 
Community Professionals Enhance Classroom Learning
Friday, January 15, 2010
Educate Tomorrow's Chief Operating Officer Erica French reaches out to young students through the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Speakers Bureau. Please Click Here to read the full article.
 
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