When Tiana came to Girls Hope, she says it was because anything was better than the situation she was in. Since going through the program, she is not only the first person in her family to earn a college degree, but has continued her education and has received a master’s degree, as well.
Prior to entering Girls Hope’s long-term scholarship program, Tammy was living in an unstable household, where education was not a priority. After moving into our residential home in Coraopolis, she completed our comprehensive program and graduated from Geneva College. Currently, Tammy is teaching at an international school and living in China.
During Brande’s time at Girls Hope’s residential home in Baden, she attended football games and cultural events for fun. Now, she spends her time exploring Philadelphia and taking additional classes in computer programming, when she isn’t busy working for Vanguard.