A Brooklyn Mom’s Experience in Jeremiah Program
JP Brooklyn mom Felicia Medina counters stereotypes about single moms and describes the welcoming feel of the Brooklyn campus.
JP Showed Me That My Voice Matters
Jessica Funderburk, one of the first Jeremiah Program Las Vegas moms, shares her experience of finding support, confidence, and family in JP.
Why the Questions We Ask Ourselves Matter
JP President and CEO Chastity Lord says we can’t solve complex problems like generational poverty without addressing their underlying systems.
From JP Mom to JP Teacher
Adrianee Powell was one of the first residents of the JP St. Paul campus. Now, she’s the campus’s newest early childhood teacher.
Crafting Big Dreams for Myself and My Children
For JP Boston mom Tiffany Jenkins, there’s no question that she will be a successful entrepreneur. She’s laying the foundation right now.
Introducing the 2023-2024 Jeremiah Program Alumni Fellows
We are proud to introduce the members of the 2023-2024 Jeremiah Program Alumni Fellowship, a selective, 12-month, cohort-based leadership program.
I Chose to Become the Girl I Wanted to Be
In this Story of Self, JP Alumni Fellow Erika Rodriguez describes her journey from being hurt to choosing herself and her children.
Making the Case for Paid Family Leave
The evidence for a national paid family leave policy is abundant, says JP Alumni Fellow Erika Rosa. Let’s follow the data.
Investing in Single Moms’ College Completion Benefits Families, Communities, and the Nation
2022 JP Alumni Fellow Jinaa Lane explains how supporting single moms in completing college in the short term will help economies at all levels in the long term.
Meet JP Baltimore Executive Director Danielle Staton
Danielle Staton, JP Baltimore’s inaugural executive director, helps lead a conversation on countering shame about single motherhood and building community.