25 Years

Blog : Student Success

SUCCESS! Texas Mom Passes GED®, Thanks Seeds

UPDATE 6/14/2022: Azalia wrote to us again: “Because of Seeds of Literacy and the GED program I have secured an awesome position working for TEXAS A&M University in the Department of Residence Life working as an Administrative Coordinator making 2 times more than what I was!   BLESS!!!!!! Looking forward
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First Out-of-State Student Graduates from Virtual Classroom

Michigan-native Schanel thought her years of skilled labor would more than make up for her lack of a high school diploma – after all, it had so far. Like many Seeds students, Schanel didn’t finish high school because she chose to stay home and take care of family. Her sister,
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[PHOTO ESSAY] Inaugural Thrive Luncheon Promotes Student Success

On Friday, November 9, Seeds of Literacy launched a new signature event, Thrive!  Thrive!, a weekday luncheon, congratulated both student success and stakeholder impact, all while recognizing the first recipient of the Cultivator Impact Award: William “Bill” Litzler. “For seventeen years, our Sowing Seeds of Hope brunch and auction served
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[VIDEO] Grad Shares Story of Illiteracy’s Impact On Health

~ Scroll Down to Watch the Segment ~ Maria Rodriguez, a 2012 graduate of Seeds of Literacy, appeared on TV 20’s Healthy Cleveland with Leah Haslage. Executive Director Bonnie Entler appeared with her. Before Maria had her daughter, she went to her doctor for a regular physical. The doctor told
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Success Story: Mother Breaks the Cycle By Achieving HSE

Rosemarie dropped out of school in the 10th grade and her mother’s education ended at 4th. She knew that if she wanted to break the cycle for her children, she had to make a change. “You need to believe in yourself,” she said. “If you don’t, who will?” Rosemarie knows
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