Mothers Making More (M3) Program Celebrates Graduates
Four single moms in our Mothers Making More (M3) program recently made a huge life change and celebrated their graduation from local colleges and universities. M3 is a program launched by the United Way of Westmoreland County in 2010 in partnership with Westmoreland Community Action, Westmoreland-Fayette Workforce Investment Board, Westmoreland County Community College, Seton Hill University and Excela Health in 2010 as a strategy to increase opportunities for single mothers, working and learning with a goal of earning family-sustaining income and improve their quality of life.
Top Left: Chareese Davis, Culinary Arts, Associate Degree and Diploma, Westmoreland County Community College, May 2017
Top Middle: Satannia Hayden, Registered Nurse Graduate, Community College of Allegheny County, December 2016
Top Right: Erica Stouffer, Business/Human Resources, Bachelor’s Degree, Seton Hill University, M3 Scholarship, May 2017
Bottom: Stacy Blazowich, Registered Nurse Graduate, Westmoreland County Community College, May 2017