Improve conditions for families through educating and mobilizing diverse, cross-sector stakeholders to advance an action agenda to help children and families succeed through targeted communications research and by providing guiding support in narrative change
Expand career exposure and increase employment placement for youth and young adults by understanding and addressing unconscious bias, structural racism and inherent racial inequities within the local corps network communities and in coordination with close national corps partner organizations
Advance racial equity through a series of dialogues on race that work to shift the infrastructure that helps inform collective understanding of programs, policies and practices affecting the lives of vulnerable children, their families and communities
Kim Carter, superintendent of Battle Creek Public Schools, and La June Montgomery Tabron, president and CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, announce their commitment to improve student academic achievement.