Category Archives: Strive Mid-South

FAFSA may be your key to affording college or career school, completion help available

Completing a FAFSA submission can be the difference between having money to go to school to be trained for a career or missing out on education and facing a lifetime of struggles with financial stability. United Way of the Mid-South, … Continue reading

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Focus on early childhood development: United Way meets with Mississippi Congressman Alan Nunnelee to discuss the issues

The future of children’s education and the need for more effective childhood development programs and services in DeSoto County were topics of conversation recently as United Way representatives met with Alan Nunnelee, U.S. Representative, First District of Mississippi, and Walt … Continue reading

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Strive Mid-South seeks a Director of Continuous Improvement

Strive Mid-South is seeking a Director of Continuous Improvement to strengthen its work to build a Cradle to Career Civic Infrastructure throughout the region using the Strive Framework. Strive Mid-South and United Way are working together to improve education-based and developmental … Continue reading

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