Southeast Ministry understands its clients well enough to know that they don’t just need a job – they need to believe that they can succeed. Working primarily with adults living in Wards 7 and 8, it combines job readiness programming with coursework that explores self-development, family strengthening, and life skills. Adult Basic Education classes help clients boost their math and reading skills to meet eligibility criteria for vocational training programs or community college. GED programs prepare students to take the official test, including study groups and private tutorials. And support for some of the little things (transportation to class, opening checking and savings accounts, acquiring a uniform for a new job) help remove barriers that could otherwise block the path to success. Self-worth – economic and personal – is what it’s all about. Your support helps rebuild an entire community.