What We Do

What We Do

Through our challenging, immersive curriculum, we help our students gain valuable job skills for this technology-centered world, such as:

  • Effective typing
  • Spreadsheet management
  • Google Cloud storage
Testimonials

Testimonials

“Now I have a starting place. I can build on this with a whole new confidence in myself and my talents.” -June S.

“This is a class that will give you confidence, help you achieve goals, and give you hope to never give up.”..

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“Building better futures, one student at a time”

“Building better futures, one student at a time”

Our organization takes an innovative approach towards improving these women's lives. Rather than providing handouts, we offer a hand up. Education truly matters.
Landing a job can be tough these days, especially for someone with limited education and computer skills. In this post-Digital Revolution world, employers..

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Summer Update

Whew! It’s been a while since I made a blog post on here. So what’s been going on in the meantime? On February 1, we had our very first graduation ceremony. How fitting that this date was also National Freedom Day. Seven of our fifteen graduating students had found jobs, and all received the opportunity

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How Can the Cornelia Project Combat Teen Drug Abuse?

We’ve all heard those anti-drug lectures in health class. Drugs will wreck your health, they say. They’ll tear your family apart. They’ll flush your job prospects down the drain. We know by now. This fear-mongering clearly isn’t enough to stop kids from using drugs, though. Youth growing up in adversity remain especially at risk, and even the most comprehensive

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A Small Sacrifice

No girl at seven dreams of staring into the abyss at thirty-five. She dreams of bright colors and ponies and flowers and tea parties and the like. At least that’s how I remember my five daughters’ dreams at seven.  And now, working with women at thirty-five, or older or younger, each facing or staring into

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With Your Help, Our Students Can Have a Greater Shot at Success!

We are a non-profit organization that relies on the sheer power of human kindness.