Knowing Is Half The Battle

In this digital age, the amount of information and resources are more than plentiful. With that being said, knowing is half the battle; knowledge without application is meaningless.

We would like to thank all those who have been actively engaged, responding to our newsletters, and donating to help our program participants, who are working diligently on a daily basis to make educational gains and prepare for the workforce.

We cordially invite those who have not yet done so to take action and get involved with Southeast Ministry. Donations and volunteers are always greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your interest in helping us fulfill our mission to provide high quality adult basic education and job readiness training in a manner that changes and improves the lives of those in our community!
For more information on how to get involved, please visit this link.

Kojo Nnamdi Show
Our Executive Director, Valarie Ashley, was a guest on the Kojo Nnamdi show discussing adult education and how it relates to the recent development in Anacostia.


Black Girls Code founder, Kimberly Bryant, will be one of the presenters on April 18, 2015 at the National Math Festival.



Spotlight a volunteer that has gone above and beyond. Note their efforts, how their time helped, and express your appreciation for everything they do.

 
Spotlight a volunteer that has gone above and beyond. Note their efforts, how their time helped, and express your appreciation for everything they do.

 
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