JP INAUGURAL ALUMNI SUMMIT
We are thrilled to announce our first-ever alumni summit for alumni, moms, and prospective moms. On March 13th this half-day event features keynote addresses from activists and movement founders Tarana Burke and Monica Ramirez, facilitated networking, and breakout groups.
Fostering Healthy Self-Affirming Identities
Kaya Henderson, former chancellor of DC public schools and current CEO of Reconstruction US, a new company focusing on online K-12 supplemental curriculums. Reconstruction's mission? Reaffirming positive cultural identity in black children.
JP Announces First Alumni Fellowship Cohort
13 alum will strengthen JP's advocacy
This new network is designed to ensure our alumni have the tools to lead at the tables where decisions impact their lives.
Policy, Poverty and The Single Mom
A timely discussion between two social justice leaders focusing on how single mothers, particularly single mothers of color, are being impacted by the pandemic, the economic fallout, and the existing policy implications that serve to perpetuate poverty.
Mothers Owning Their Power Authoring Their Futures
The web of challenges single mothers in poverty face requires a multifaceted, integrated solution. Jeremiah Program provides the solution by simplifying the complex landscape through a holistic, data-driven, two-generation approach.
JP is Growing to Reach More Families Join Us!
Explore career opportunities to join our growing organization as we continue our mission to disrupt poverty!
We are on a mission to end the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children two-generations at a time.
Over 4,000 mothers and children have succeeded in our program.
Families stably housed
Mother's employed with 38% pursuing a degree
Access to employer benefits like healthcare and investment options