Discover how Florida Reach members have improved post-secondary outcomes for emerging adults from foster care and experiencing homelessness.
- June 9th: Miami Dade College, North Campus, Building 3, 11380 NW 27th Ave, Miami, FL 33167
- June 10th: Florida International University, Frost Art Museum, 10975 SW 17th Street, Miami, FL 33199
For more information contact FloridaReach@educatetomorrow.org.
Additional Details: Florida Reach/Educate Tomorrow
Florida Reach is a virtual network of child welfare, K-12 and higher education professionals working with youth and young adults, as well as youth advocates. Our mission is to improve post-secondary outcomes and career transitions for foster care youth and alumni through support, resources, networking and determining collective impact.
- Support: Florida Reach helps organizations and individuals determine how they can best serve youth and alumni of foster care.
- Resources: Our website and resource guide centralizes resources available to youth and alumni of foster care in Florida.
- Networking: Our statewide and regional meetings, and monthly conference calls allow professionals to connect and maximize resources.
- Collective Impact: Network members collect quality data to better inform policies and practices that lead toward increased outcomes that benefit youth and alumni of foster care in a holistic way.
For more than a decade, Educate Tomorrow has been meeting a crucial need in Miami-Dade County by supporting the community's most vulnerable population, youth in and from foster care, as well as other key categories of vulnerable youths, through evidence-based programs and effective partnerships, especially with institutions of higher education in Miami-Dade County. Nearly all Educate Tomorrow students qualify for the Florida tuition fee exemption pursuant to 1009.25(1)(c), (d), Fla. Stat. Through its history running nationally-recognized mentoring and youth development programs, Educate Tomorrow has been successfully supporting high school and college students as they strive to reach their education-related goals.