You make it possible to expand the Promotor Pathway Program this Fall, 2018!
Project Hope Alliance has been invited to expand the success of the Promotor Pathway Program from serving homeless students at Ensign Intermediate and Newport Harbor High School onto Costa Mesa Middle and Costa Mesa High Schools campuses starting this fall!
We can't do this without you. Your donation lets us double the number of schools, and triple the number of kids we serve, so homeless students at Costa Mesa Middle and Costa Mesa High Schools have the same hope as their classmates for a brighter future.
Provide school supplies to a homeless high school student.
Enroll a homeless student in the sports program of their choice.
Make sure a student has a chromebook to study and complete their homework.
Provide additional academic support and tutoring so students can get back on track to graduate.
Sponsor a full year of daily guidance and individualized mentorship for a homeless youth
Help directly underwrite the expansion of the Promotor Pathway to another campus.
The Promotor Pathway Program:
Students in middle and high school experiencing homelessness are often “on their own” without the support needed to succeed. Project Hope Alliance’s Promotor Pathway Program serves homeless 13-24 year-olds students, providing individualized, case-by-case support where it is needed most. Originally developed by the Latin American Youth Center (LAYC) in Washington, D.C., the program pairs each student with a Promotor, providing one-on-one intensive support, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Promotores are professional intensive case managers who act as a combination of youth development workers, advocates and mentors, supplying: case management, regular check-ins, home visits, and connections to other needed resources. Promotors work on school sites and with local McKinney-Vento liaisons in order to coordinate services and strategy for homeless students.
Students who enter the Promotor Pathways Program have reduced their risky behaviors; improved their grades, attendance, and engagement – and start on the path to college or a career, beginning with high school graduation.