Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States Joins VPP By Investing $1 Million in Prince George’s County Youth
In one of its largest grants to date, Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States has committed $1 million to help Venture Philanthropy Partners expand career-and college-readiness programs in Prince George’s County.
VPP Launches New Initiative: Ready for Work: Champions for Career and College Ready Graduates in Prince George's County
Ready for Work leverage’s Prince George’s County’s Career Academies—which engage high school students in a college preparatory academic curriculum and a career/technicalcurriculum that incorporates real world applications and project-based learning.
VPP clearly stands on a solid foundation of achievement, but our work certainly does not – and must not – stop here. All of us know that the challenges our young people face are larger and more complex than ever. We’ve already started to write the next chapter in our success story through our Capital Kids Portfolio.
The initiative has already raised nearly $5 million—one third of the way to reaching the goal of $15 million.
Through extensive cross-sector collaboration, commitment and coordination, youthCONNECT at Suitland High School is a college and career-focused initiative that continues to serve Suitland students everyday.
Consistent with VPP’s overall strategy, the Director of Outcomes, Assessment and Learning will act as the lead team member managing, refining and evolving VPP’s approach.
The Partner will serve as one of the lead investment professionals for VPP’s investments in nonprofit organizations.
VPP releases a case study about its investment in KIPP DC public charter schools.
VPP welcomes Lauren Peterson, Bradford Seamon, and David Sylvester to its board.
VPP releases a case study on the creation of its collaborative initiative, youthCONNECT.