In this “Moments of Inspiration” video, several counselors and campers, past and present, explain what they love most about Akron Area YMCA’s Camp Y-Noah.
In this “Moments of Inspiration” video, Maddie Shaw shares her experience as a camper at Akron Area YMCA Camp Y-Noah’s Equestrian Center. Heather Lavelle, past camper, mother of two campers, also shares how her daughter has grown since participating in the Equestrian Center programs.
We don’t have to do anything for the needle to move the wrong way. That’s actually the best way for the needle to go the wrong way: don’t do anything! But if we want the educational attainment needle to move in the right direction, it takes work. It takes collective, purposeful, aligned, steady and consistent work. Read more in this post from Executive Director Derran Wimer.
Not only did Project Learn of Summit County help Doug Kirchner re-visit academics to earn a diploma – years after his high school classmates walked across the stage – but also the organization helped him learn more about himself. Read more about how he earned his GED, enrolled in college and found employment related to his studies.
Kindergarten readiness is important – beyond the first day of school. That’s why several teachers in Summit County chose to serve students during the Get Ready for School program this summer. Get Ready for School is a program of Supporting Partnerships to Assure Ready Kids (SPARK) – a free, family-focused kindergarten readiness program to help 3- and 4-year-old children get ready for kindergarten. Learn more in this post.