The cover story of Rochester Women Magazine (May/June 2018) features the work of Jeremiah Program and its Rochester-SE, MN Executive Director, JoMarie Morris.
The Minneapolis Fed announced the members of the newly formed Community Advisory Board for the Opportunity and Inclusive Growth Institute. This advisory board, made up of 12 local nonprofit, philanthropic, and government leaders, will serve as an important resource in crafting the Institute’s research agenda on economic opportunity and inclusive growth.
Gloria’s mother taught her valuable lessons about education, hard work and diligence. “She had to learn how to be independent and lead; she became the sole breadwinner and spiritual guide for the family. My mom’s deep faith, perseverance and adventurous spirit — she will try anything once — has always inspired me to follow my dreams and live life to the fullest.”
Jack and Mary Ann Remick, Rochester Philanthropists well known for providing educational opportunities to students with economic challenges, have generously agreed to donate land in Northwest Rochester to Jeremiah Program for its Rochester-Southeast MN Campus. The campus will serve approximately 40 low income single mothers and their young children from the Southeast region of Minnesota.
Fargo-Moorhead will soon be home to a Jeremiah campus that can accommodate 20 Jeremiah families, making it the newest facility in the organization.
Jeremiah Program breaks ground and is on the trajectory for serving determined single mothers and their kids in Fargo.
KAAL TV covers Jeremiah Program taking steps towards breaking ground in Rochester.
The Austin Statesman offers a photo gallery from the March 2017 ribbon cutting ceremony in Austin, TX.
CBS 19 profiles the work of Charlottesville, VA, leaders in bringing Jeremiah Program to the community.
Jeremiah Program Austin executive director Shannon Moody talks with KXAN about the opening of the new campus in Texas.
The W. K. Kellogg Foundation profiles Jeremiah’s work to unlock potential and opportunity for low-income single moms and their children.
The Daily Progress reports on Jeremiah Program’s expansion exploration in Charlottesville, VA.
The Boston Globe profiles Jeremiah Program’s new initiative with Endicott College in Boston.
The Star Tribune reports on Jeremiah Program’s recent groundbreaking for a campus in Austin, TX.
A New York Times video follows the journey of one of Jeremiah’s Austin residents as she seeks to balance her work and education plus her child’s education and development.
The Fargo Forum reports on a major grant Jeremiah Program Fargo-Moorhead received from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines to build a new campus.
The Atlantic highlights Jeremiah Program in an examination of the difficulties single mothers living face in attending college?
Jeremiah Program highlighted in article on helping children get off to a good start, and helping parents get better education and training for better jobs.
Videos: About Jeremiah Program
“Jeremiah Program works so well, because it takes people who are motivated to make a change and gives the the tools they need.” (3 minutes)