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Adams County WBC/Youth Succeed


Workforce Challenge

Ariella was enrolled into the Youth Succeed program to get help with high school graduation needs. Ariella attended Mapleton Early College high school which offered students the option to attend community college classes while attending high school in addition to staying a 5th year to complete an associates degree along with her diploma. Ariella needed help with purchasing her college books and materials for the classes she completed.

Workforce Solution

The Youth Succeed program assisted with college books and material costs, transportation assistance, cap and gown fees, along with numerous GPA incentives while in school and a diploma completion incentive.

Outcomes & Benefits

Ariella successfully graduated from Front Range Community College-Westminster Campus on May 14th receiving an Associate's of Arts degree and on May 31st, she received her high school diploma from Mapleton Early College. She was accepted to attend the University of Denver fall 2015 quarter where she will continue on her college career path working towards a degree in social work. Way to go Ariella!

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