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National Career Club With Metro Area Chapters
Low-Income At-Risk High School/College Youth
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Mission (Inspired by Michelle Obama)

Pearls Who Prosper (PWP) is a competition-based co-curricular career club for at-risk, low-income youth called "Pearls" who receive no career counseling in high school. PWP consists of chapters across America hosted by high school principals. In addition, PWP has an online college chapter and an online work life chapter.   

The mission of the club is to be a skills development pipeline that delivers at-risk youth called "pearls"  to employers, large and small in various targeted industries.

Pearls are equipped with strategies, skills and knowledge they need to prosper, thereby helping employers bridge the skills gap in America.

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Far too many at-risk students never get to college. PWP provides a 4-phase college track process that transforms them from job-bound to college-bound.
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According to Complete College America, shows that only 5% of full-time 2-year college degree students complete their degrees in 2 years.
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When high school pearls graduate, PWP provides an online college chapter that provides pearls with a career jumpstart.     
When college pearls complete their degree programs, PWP provides an online work life chapter that increases the probability of job success.