Congratulations to our students! On July 15, Methodist Home for Children celebrated new graduates and students in the Hackley Education and Learning Program. Known as HELP, the program provides financial support and mentoring to qualified students who’ve been through foster care, adoption and residential services. | Read more about HELP.
Will Bates, Coastal Community College, plans to enroll in the culinary program this fall.
Ian Carlisle, Craven Community College, is working toward his GED after completing fork lift and welding trade courses.
Edgar Puga-Perez, Craven Community College, is working toward his GED and looking at course options. He’d like to earn an associate degree in business and open a painting company.
Rayshaunda Rankins, Marymount University, N.Y., is earning core credits she needs to enter the physical therapy program.
Jerika Turner, Central Carolina Community College
Andre West, Craven Community College, is working toward his GED after completing a fork lift trade course.