GO Transition Academy: A future and a hopeRich Stigall
“The GO Transition Academy is about helping youth understand that they aren’t just recipients of care, that they don’t just need to be fixed. They are contributors and they are on a mission . . . They are being sent by God to be part of their communities, part of their neighborhoods, and part of changing the next generation of family.”
The Global Orphan Project family will celebrate the GO Transition Academy’s (formerly Pathways) 2nd graduating class on Saturday, August 20, 2016.
The graduating class of 34 students spent two years in GO’s discipleship, life-skills, and job training program. Each student chose to specialize in agriculture, mechanics, or sewing and cooking. God is working through this program to support and equip young adults aging out of orphan care and our local church partners.
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Leadership expects 70 students enrolled in the GO Transition Academy for the upcoming school year, which begins September 1. Want to know more? Click here to learn more about the program and how to sponsor a student.