College And Career Readiness

United Way of Delaware is passionate about our young people and offer programs that help them to acquire and develop the skills that lead to academic achievement and workplace success.

College and Career Readiness Partners

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware, Inc.
Boy Scouts of America, DE
Boys and Girls Clubs of Delaware, Inc.
Brandywine School District
Caesar Rodney School District
Capitol School Disrict
Catholic Charities, Inc.
Children and Families First
Christina Cultural Arts Center
Christina School District
City of Wilmington
Claymont Community Center
Colonial School District
DE Guidance Services for Children & Youth
Delaware Adolescent Program, Inc.
Delaware Center For Justice, Incorporated
Delaware Futures
Delaware Technical and Community College
Delaware Workforce Development Board
Delaware Department of Education
Delaware Department of Health and Human Services
Delaware Department of Labor
Delaware Department of Youth and Family Services
First State Community Action
Girl Scouts, Chesapeake Bay Council
Girls Incorporated of Delaware
Hilltop Lutheran Neighborhood Center
Indian River School District
Jewish Family Service of Delaware, Inc.
Kingswood Community Center
Latin American Community Center
Neighborhood House, Inc.
New Castle County
New Castle County Vo-TechRed Clay School District
Seaford School District
Sussex County Health Coalition
United Cerebral Palsy of Delaware
West End Neighborhood House, Inc.
Wilmington University
YWCA Delaware

Step On It

Step on It! is about convening schools, their partners and the communities that they serve, and providing them with the tools, training and support to better align their services in support of the whole family, addressing the academic and non-academic needs of low-income students and their families, and connecting home, school, and community in ways that make student success possible.

It focuses on aligning community partners and programs in support of academic outcomes, targeted interventions based on students’ individual needs, expanding learning beyond the regular school day, and equipping students to take advantage of Delaware Pathways in high school through age-appropriate career awareness and career exploration activities.

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