Our Work

The Approach to Our Work

We believe in individualized coaching over a long period of time focused on improving academics, economic stability, access to stable and affordable housing and physical/emotional well-being.

Our Continuum of Care

educate tomorrow continuum of care

Recognition for Our Work

2019 Virginia Emmons named to the Miami Dade College Baccalaureate in Education Advisory Committee

2018 Brett McNaught named Child Welfare Champion Award winner from the Florida Department of Children and Families

2017 Service Year Alliance Innovation Award for designing a college peer mentoring and service program

2015 Brett and Virginia named Florida International University Path Award Winner for Social Well Being

2015 Bank of America Neighborhood Builders Award

2014 Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Innovation Award for Non-Profits

2013 College Board Innovation Award-Getting In (to college) Award for the Southern US

Mentoring through Mindfullness

Meet the fabulous Kendrika and be prepared to be impressed with the progress she has made in her journey with her mentor.

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 watch the video.


Niger Program

Educate Tomorrow founder Virginia Emmons and Educate Tomorrow CEO, Brett McNaught met in Niger, West Africa as US Peace Corps Volunteers.  Virginia served 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. 


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