PATHWAYS TO PROGRESS: THE TWO-GENERATIONAL MODEL
  • Break the intergenerational cycle of disconnection by providing parenting education and support to adolescent parents in an effort to decrease the likelihood that the second generation will become disconnected youth.
  • Providing workforce development services and college/career preparation to increase the likelihood of sustaining wages as an adult promoting educational opportunities in conjunction with school system staff and local community colleges.
  • Developing workforce connections throughout the community to provide career exposure and experience.
  • Facilitating leadership development opportunities through volunteer and community activities, peer mentoring, and peer leadership.
United Way of the Greater Triangle is working with collaborative partnerships around the Triangle to build success for families and children together.