The CREED College Readiness Program was founded with the idea that we could make a difference in young people's lives. We do this by helping them determine and attain achievable higher education goals. Since our organization was established in 2010, we have provided education consulting to students and their families in New York, Oklahoma, our home base in Pennsylvania, and Texas.
Our staff is made up entirely of volunteers, and CREED depends on its donors to fund the work we do with our students. Our generous donors and potential stakeholders know that our work is important and understand that even a little help goes a long way.
That is why we are always excited to share information about the great work that we are doing with young people. We want you to join us in our commitment to their success and hope you will do anything you can to support us. Words of encouragement, volunteering a special skill, or providing financial support are all equally valuable to our efforts.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you are interested in helping us with our work.
Mr. Terrence Mitchell
Exec. Director & Founder, CREED
Chief Diversity Officer, SUNY Oneonta
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Rhonda Matthews
Associate Professor, Political Science Department
The end of the year fundraiser is here and we need your help.
Whether you have donated previously or are considering a first donation to CREED, we need your help more than ever. Rembember that there is no donation too small. We will credit all donations postmarked by midnight on December 31st, 2015, with tax deductible status for 2015. We know you believe in our youth, demonstrate that support with a gift to CREED now.
The CREED College Readiness Program has moved its' headquarters from Meadville PA to Erie, PA, to better serve northwest Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and Western New York. You can still reach us online, or mail us at CREED College Readiness Program, 815 Hickory Hill Blvd., Erie, PA 16509; 814-853-3956. Believing in our Youth! T. Mitchell & R. Matthews, Co-Founders, CREED
CURRENT NEWSLETTER: Winter 2015. In our most recent newsletter, we how the fall campus activism drives our future work, reintroduce you to our board members, and discuss our successful pilot program, the CREED college student minigrant program. Look for the newsletter in digital form on the appropriate page here on our website. Believing in Our Youth.
Higher Education Administrators, Faculty and Graduate Students.
CREED is accepting submissions for the Spring 2016 editions of its newsletter. We will consider submissions that focus on the transition from high school to college, ideas for parents in their preparation to support theirs students goals and like ideas. If you have an idea for an article, story or opportunity that you want to share with our students, families and stakeholders; please email email@example.com.
Fall publication deadline ; October 1, Spring publication deadline; March 1 and Summer, June 1 annually.
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