This 15-episode narrative documentary collection not only underscores the barriers they face balancing their studies with childcare, but also celebrates their resilience to improve their well-being and highlights the organizations that are advancing their success.
Given the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, guests also share the challenges they faced working, studying, parenting, and staying healthy from home."
ProjectAttain! knows that while parents are 10 times less likely to complete a bachelor's degree within five years than students who are not, they are also the most powerful catalyst for multigenerational educational attainment. When a parent completes their degree, it's three times more likely their children will too, increasing financial stability and social mobility across generations.
We are committed to advancing the success of student parents in the Capitol Region.
The Harvard Business Review blog illustrates how employers are realizing that investing in employee education increases their ability to compete in an economy that relies on employee talent to “drive economic growth, opportunity and prosperity.”
The article also highlights the growing importance of partnerships with organizations like ProjectAttain! to “develop solutions that provide employees with a clear path to success.”
ProjectAttain! collaborates with regional employers to evaluate education benefit programs, existing talent gaps, and employee attainment needs to map out pathways to career growth and attainment for employee students.