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COHAP OUTREACH CORPORATION (COHAP) FORGES POWERFUL PARTNERSHIP WITH HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE (HCC) TO EMPOWER INDIVIDUALS THROUGH EDUCATION
Houston, Texas – December 15, 2023 – Cohap Outreach Corporation (COHAP), a non-profit organization dedicated to serving aged-out foster care young adults, veterans, and formerly incarcerated individuals, proudly announces a groundbreaking partnership with Houston Community College (HCC). This collaboration marks a significant step towards empowering individuals by providing them with educational opportunities and pathways to success.
The partnership between COHAP and HCC is founded on the shared commitment to creating positive and lasting impacts on the lives of those who face unique challenges in accessing education and career development. By joining forces, both organizations aim to break down barriers and pave the way for individuals to achieve their academic and professional goals.
COHAP specializes in offering comprehensive support services to aged-out foster care young adults, veterans, and formerly incarcerated individuals. Through mentoring, counseling, and community engagement, COHAP has been instrumental in helping these individuals’ overcome obstacles and transition into productive, self-sufficient lives. By teaming up with HCC, COHAP will extend its reach by providing educational opportunities that align with the diverse needs of its beneficiaries.
Houston Community College, a recognized leader in higher education, is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive learning environment. With a wide range of academic programs and resources, HCC is well-positioned to support COHAP’s mission of empowering individuals through education. The collaboration will enable COHAP beneficiaries to access quality education, skill development, and vocational training that aligns with their unique strengths and aspirations.
“We are thrilled to announce this strategic partnership with Houston Community College,” said Natasha Wilson, CEO at COHAP Outreach Corporation. “This collaboration represents a significant milestone in our efforts to empower aged-out foster care young adults, veterans, and formerly incarcerated individuals. By combining our expertise in providing support services with HCC’s commitment to academic excellence, we aim to equip individuals with the tools they need to thrive in their educational and professional journeys.”
The partnership will include joint initiatives, scholarship programs, and customized educational pathways designed to address the specific needs of COHAP’s target demographic. By offering tailored solutions, COHAP and HCC aspire to create a more equitable and inclusive educational landscape, fostering opportunities for success among those who may face systemic challenges.
“We are excited to embark on this meaningful partnership with COHAP Outreach Corporation,” said Nakia Edwards, Executive Director of Adult Education & Literacy at Houston Community College. “Education has the power to transform lives, and together with COHAP, we are dedicated to providing inclusive educational opportunities that empower individuals to reach their full potential. By collaborating on innovative programs and support services, we aim to make a lasting impact on the lives of those who have faced unique challenges.”
As COHAP and HCC join forces, they invite the community, stakeholders, and supporters to join them in celebrating this important collaboration. Together, they are creating pathways to education, empowerment, and success for aged-out foster care young adults, veterans, and formerly incarcerated individuals.
About COHAP Outreach Corporation: COHAP Outreach Corporation is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving aged-out foster care young adults, veterans, and formerly incarcerated individuals. Through mentorship, counseling, and community engagement, COHAP empowers individuals to overcome challenges and transition into self-sufficient lives.
About Houston Community College: Houston Community College (HCC) is an institution of higher education that offers a wide range of academic programs and resources. Committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive learning environment, HCC provides opportunities for students to pursue their educational and career goals.
For further information or media inquiries, please contact Natasha Wilson at 1-888-264-2799 Ext. 806 or firstname.lastname@example.org.