We partner with adult-friendly colleges and universities. Partner institutions help advise students and often provide scholarships and other incentives for working adults.
Our partner employers are investing in developing local talent. Some offer tuition benefits and other incentives for working adults.
We work with elected and appointed government officials to improve policies that can benefit working adults and to spread the word about postsecondary educational opportunities for adults in our community.
We coordinate and collaborate with workforce professionals and economic development organizations in our community to make sure working adults have up-to-date career opportunity information and access to career-building resources.
We work with social service organizations to spread the word about our program and to connect working adults to financial, health, logistics, and other non-academic services that might hinder a student’s success.
We rely on the generous support of our funders to keep our services free to working adults. These organizations recognize the importance of investing in our own, adults in the community, so they can support their family, friends, and neighbors.