Tag: Mothers Talk
Coming Full Circle
Jeremiah Program alum Nekey Oliver reflects on her JP journey — from her time as a JP mom to advocating for moms as a community board member.
JP Moms Have a Common Goal: A Better Life
JP Las Vegas mom Alexis Brennan describes the tight community of her college campus and the support she feels from Jeremiah Program.
Life, Love, and Community: One Family’s JP Journey
Inaugural JP Alumni Fellow Christine Smith recently sat down with her now-adult son, Benard, to discuss their JP experiences and how their past has shaped their present. They even learned some new things about each other.
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.
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.
Building Generational Wealth and Changing the Narrative on Single Moms
JP Alumni Fellow Lavasha Smith knows single moms are world-builders and looks forward to co-creating prosperity for future generations of her family.
A Mother’s Look into the Future: Not Just Surviving but Thriving
JP Alumni Fellow Ifrah Abdalla has been working since childhood — and her daughter’s happiness is her ultimate goal.