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Alumni Stories

An Interview with Boys Hope Girls Hope Collegian Josaiah Casildo, Founder of Shoe Coat NYC

An Interview with Boys Hope Girls Hope Collegian Josiah Casildo, Founder of Shoe Coat NYC

 “As a kid,” Josiah said, “I got a sense that this is not where I want to be.  If I stay here in the projects any longer, all those dreams and opportunities when I look at the towers outside my window will just be a view.”  In the sixth and seventh grade, Josiah was seeking […]

Graduate Stories of Hope | Amanda Bolden 5

Graduate Stories of Hope | Amanda Bolden

Amanda’s mother works as a pastry chef in New Orleans and lost her job due to the recent economic downturn.  At home, Amanda had a lot of family responsibilities that pulled her from studying.  Boys Hope Girls Hope gave Amanda a place where she could focus.  She developed an interest in becoming a biology-chemistry major and a bio-ethicist.  Amanda said she first started thinking about medical related careers […]

Graduate Stories of Hope | Michell-Lee Graham 3

Graduate Stories of Hope | Michell-Lee Graham

Michell-Lee joined Boys Hope Girls Hope as her parents were parents were going through a tough time.  She was living with her mother, brother, and grandmother in the Bronx. She wanted to find an opportunity to get a better education and pursue her dreams.    “Living in the dorm gave me a sense of sisterhood. I […]

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