Los Angeles & Orange County Program Manager for Youth Empowerment Programs at Operation HOPE James Chen was honored by The California Teachers Association Service Center One Community Council Outreach Action Team on March 18. James was recognized for his ongoing support and dedication to the students and teachers at Rio Hondo Elementary School in the Arcadia area.
By Jordan Hagedon, HOPE Corps Fellow
Emily Gause owes much of her success to the influence of her family. Originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan, Emily grew up inspired by her grandparents who still live in Ann...
By Rebecca Blanco
Operation HOPE and East Bay Church of Religious Science would love to welcome you to a health and wealth event in Oakland this Saturday, March 28th from 8 am – 2 pm. Everyone is...
At this year's SXSW Live. editor of Fast Company magazine Bob Safian spoke with Princess Reema Bint Bander Al-Saud about her "Mission to Empower Saudi Women." The two discussed Princess Reema's advocacy for women in the workforce and her efforts to set up an academy for workplace training for women and girls.
The Salvation Army has been a place of hope in Atlanta for 125 years, and now they have teamed up with HOPE to bring economic empowerment to the families who participate in their Angel Tree program.
Operation HOPE Financial Management Counselor, Gayle Rice joined Atlanta’s Chief Empowerment Officer, Jennifer Keitt in bringing a live 2-hour Credit Boot Camp to KISS 104.1 FM in Atlanta.
On February 19, 2015, Walmart CEO, Doug McMillon, announced via a letter to his associates that Walmart would be increasing their starting salary to $9 per hour, a change that will impact over 500,000 associates across the nation.
The fifth graders of Pine Ridge Elementary School in Stone Mountain, Georgia have Global Money Week on the brain and "in the bank!" In this Banking on Our Future session, led by the AWESOME Mr. Rashid Rashad of mentor organization "A Titus Man," the students were engaged and responsive as they explained the 'do's' and 'don't's" of credit! Go PANTHERS!
My name is Gabriela Montalvo and I am currently a senior at the University of Colorado at Denver. I am a first generation Mexican-American student and will be the first in my family to graduate from college. I am currently a psychology major, minoring in sociology and human development/family relations.