JPP Success Stories
Thank you JPP for letting me see the potential I really did have and giving me the motivation to act on it!
– JPP Participant
Rhiannon is the mother of two wonderful boys, ages 10 & 14. She started with JPP in 2015 when her youngest attended Head Start in Wheat Ridge. Additionally, she has been an active volunteer, an artist and most recently a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines Engineering Physics program. Rhiannon’s persistence and determination, along with the support of family, friends and local organizations has helped her to design and achieve lofty goals while caring for her children and giving back to the community.
Rhiannon is passionate about encouraging others to push through obstacles, surpass their limitations and become all that they are made to be. She is currently enrolled in a graduate program for Applied Optical Physics and plans to graduate in 2023. Her goal is to work locally in the optics industry while continuing to volunteer at her church and stay involved in both of her boy’s academic and extracurricular pursuits.
Rhiannon has made a goal to teach high school math and science, where she hopes to find opportunities to mentor kids who need a little help believing in their potential.
Every achievement is a step closer to self-sufficiency on the path to prosperity.
Jamie and her family recently closed on a home in Arvada, just walking distance from their children's school.
They are excited to grow in their new home!
Julian graduated from Arvada High School and enrolled in the Arvada Police Academy to continue his dream to work in law enforcement!
Danielle, not only decreased her student loan debt, but bought her first home with her family.
"I will finally have something to call my home. Thank you JPP for letting me see the potential I really did have and giving me the motivation to act on it!"
“I’ve realized with JPPs help, that I am able to balance being a mother, working, and going to school. Things would not have gone this way if I had not joined JPP.
JPP dives in deeper to offer suggestions on what I can do and having an individualized approach.”
“I truly believe that without the help of JPP, I would not only have NOT graduated high school, but I would not have the motivation to accomplish my dreams.”
"Without JPP’s emotional support, encouragement, and tutoring services, I would not be filled with so much joy of accomplishment and success, as well as being a role model for my children."
JPP Program Outcomes
Marzano Research was commissioned by JPP to conduct annual evaluations of the program's work. The following reports are organized around the implementation of the program and the five key components of the Two-Gen approach.