The Post-Secondary Success Initiative serves underrepresented and under-resourced first-generation college students primarily from the Stratford and Maplewood clusters of schools in East Nashville and the Adult Education program of Martha O'Bryan Center.
Through comprehensive transitional coaching, mentorship, and wrap-around service referrals, Post-Secondary Success optimizes the adjustment and persistence of low-income, primarily first-generation students, ensuring their post-secondary endeavors are successful, whether they pursue a degree, join the military, or begin their career.
Eligible students enroll while in high school through our Academic Student Unions at Stratford and Maplewood High Schools or are referred to PSS by the MOBC Adult Education Program.
Post-Secondary Success works to create a network of support for first generation and low-income college students; ensure first-generation college students persist in college and graduate; and provide opportunities for first-generation college students to attain their highest aspirations in the post-secondary pursuits.
For more information, contact Ashlee Pippin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Phil Knight