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Program Highlight: Health & Wellness
Published on September 15, 2023
DeNisha, our Health & Wellness Coach keeps our families and staff focused on making healthy choices and daily movement. DeNisha creates meal plans, discussees stress management tools & customizes workouts. Check out her tips for how to stay on track with your fitness and how she motivates the participants. Tell us your best tips in the comments.
Back to School in the Eyes of a Participant: Cishella
Published on August 14, 2023
Back-to-school season is upon us. Regardless of if you have school-age children, you can feel the city abuzz with the prospects of new teachers, new lessons, and new sneakers. This blog highlights what the back-to-school season looks like for a student parent.
An Interview with a Participant: Patricia
Published on July 14, 2023
We, at Family Scholar House, love to spotlight our participants both past and present. This blog is not only a spotlight but an interview with a current participant, Patricia. We cover her overall experience in the program, advice for others, her future goals and aspirations, and her special accomplishments.
The Magic of Speed Mentoring from Both Perspectives
Published on June 15, 2023
A tale of two speed networking events. One is from the perspective of a GE appliance employee, Courtney Nichols, who helped plan a "Tea and Conversations" with the Black Excellence ERG for Juneteenth. The other is from Dania Britt's perspective, a participant and employee at Family Scholar House who participated in the Yum Speed Networking in April.
A Poem About My Mom
Published on May 12, 2023
Abby is a senior at Jefferson County Public School graduating this Spring who would like to be a doctor. She wants to be an anesthesiologist or surgeon. She previously served as Vice President of the Black Student Union. She has an extended basketball, track, & soccer career. Dee, her mom, is enrolled in the accelerated nursing program at Bellarmine University. This poem was inspired after an interview with Abby about what she admires about her mom.