Our Work

The Approach to Our Work

We believe in multi-year, goal oriented and individualized academic and career coaching, intensive skill building and enrichment activities.

Our Continuum of Care

educate tomorrow continuum of care

Life Coaching

Life coaching is a cornerstone of Educate Tomorrow and provides one-on-one personal, career and educational growth coaching to all involved with Educate Tomorrow. 

Life Skills

Educate Tomorrow’s life skill program, “It’s Your Life,” is designed to provide youths with important knowledge and skills for their adulthood experience. Expanded into a camp through funding from the Children’s Trust, It’s Your Life Camp is unique in that it addresses the specific needs of foster youths and consists of projects such as: personal budgets, mock job interviews, college and financial assistance applications, housing workshops about leases and renting, nutrition and well-being seminars, banking practices including a free savings account with starter funds. It’s Your Life Camp also provides an opportunity to match ET life coaches with youths based on mutual interests, thereby developing their mentoring relationship. Often, many foster youths have not had the means to partake in activities like camps or sleepovers so this annual event is found to be particularly effective and popular.

Educate Tomorrow at Miami Dade College

In 2013 Educate Tomorrow partnered with Miami Dade College and their Single Stop program to start a full time program dedicated to serving former foster, adopted and homeless students on campus, linking them to support both on campus and in the community.  To learn more about this program visit the site at Miami Dade College.


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Niger Program

Educate Tomorrow's International Program began in Kabey Fo, Niger, a small village located southeast of Niamey in West Africa. The school is host to 6 grade levels, adult literacy classes and is used for village forums.  The Primary School was built in 2003 and has four classroom education centers. Educate Tomorrow pays for the students' meals, school supplies, transportation, boarding and other expenses. In addition, the organization has built and stocked a health care facility and trained health care workers to treat the people of the village. 

During the 2011-12 school year, 64 children received a quality education with paid and trained teachers, food, medicine, permanent classrooms, school supplies and tutoring.  Of the 64, 61 advanced to the next grade level, a 95% success rate. For the 2012-13 school year, 71 students are being served through Educate Tomorrow's programs an 11% growth over the previous year.

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