15 Hopeworks Dual Enrollment Students Graduate High School!
Taking the steps to transform your life is not easy to do for anyone. Showing up every day to improve yourself and your life, no matter how crazy life gets is even more difficult. Somehow, our young professionals not only show up but they juggle family, school, trauma, relationships and everything else with poise and class.
Our dual-enrollment students are those who attend school and Hopeworks throughout the week simultaneously. Congratulations to all those who have graduated this spring and are moving into college, internships, and full time jobs!
High School Graduates Include:
Mastery Simon Gratz: Kareem A, Naseem C, Vincent L, Zafir J, Davenny B, Dymir A, Nathaniel E, and Shakir D!
Mastery Camden: Angel M, Willianie C, Nygee M, Cherlyn D, Nathan C, Franny S, and Edwin L!
The expanded HQ comes months after the nonprofit opened a second location in Kensington. Tech education and training nonprofit Hopeworks is expanding to a new headquarters in Camden. This new office at 808 Market St. — 13,000 square feet of office space up from 11,000 square feet in its former Camden location — will also serve as […]
Approximately 13K sq. ft. in size, space will help more young people qualify for long-term living wage careers and connect employers to wider range of candidates for openings. Hopeworks has opened a new space on the first floor at 808 Market St. in Camden. The space will not only function as Hopeworks’ new corporate headquarters, but […]
Hopeworks, a nonprofit and social enterprise, announces their new space on the first floor at 808 Market Street in Camden. The space will not only function as Hopeworks’ new corporate headquarters, but it will also include additional dedicated training centers for the Hopeworks GIS Team and the Hopeworks Web Team, allowing the organization to serve […]