Stories of HOPE – Nathan Press

By Sean Sallee, Deputy Director of HOPE Corps For many of us, we waited all year to enjoy summer break the way most 16 year olds do by going away on vacation and going to the beach.  The end of senior year...

 

Michigan Chronicle: Redeveloping Personal Financial Confidence

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HOPE Volunteers Get an Upgrade

HOPE Corps is upgrading and universalizing its ability to verify volunteers, Evelyn M. Ducoulombier director, HOPE Corps and HOPE talent and Sean L. Sallee deputy director of HOPE Corps shared earlier this...

Former Operation HOPE Graduate crowd-funds her company Smooth

  It is my distinct honor to tell you about Danyelle Ja’net, one of the 2013 Entrepreneurial Training Program graduates. Danyelle is the owner of Smooth, a mobile business that provides personal...

John Hope Bryant and “How the Poor Can Save Capitalism” Featured Nationwide on Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick

"To simply meet John is to be inspired. His energy is boundless and he is constantly seeking ways to better the individual and the society. His book How the Poor Can Save Capitalism brings a fresh approach on how to rebuild the middle class and the importance it plays in revitalizing America." - Barry Kibrick

Success Story: Danyelle Ja’net

It is my distinct honor to tell you about Danyelle Ja’net, one of the 2013 Entrepreneurial Training Program graduates. Danyelle is the owner of Smooth, a mobile business that provides personal grooming services that specializes in unisex full body waxing as well as lash and brow tinting.

Testimonial: Preparation for the Reality of Starting My Own Business

I began the Operation HOPE Entrepreneurship Program with the thought that I would learn something new. At the very least, since the season was changing into summer, the daylight would be longer; and my three-bus trip home would not be too uncomfortable.

Casey McQuillan: Learning to look at the forest and the tree

This summer, in my various roles with Operation HOPE, I learned to see both the forest and the tree; a combined focus on the local with an understanding of the whole to create a more holistic approach to financial dignity.

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