Our supporters and partners are relentlessly dedicated to helping more Dayton and Montgomery County children come to Kindergarten ready to learn and to be ready to earn after graduating from college or earning a high quality credential.
Here's what some of them say:
Learn to Earn Dayton is informing and driving efforts in the Dayton region — and statewide — to get more people ready for college and careers, and on the path toward credentials.
— Haley Glover, Strategy Director, Lumina Foundation
We at the Dakota Center are thrilled to be working with Learn to Earn Dayton, especially to improve opportunities for students' summer learning.
— Erin Wilson, Afterschool Coordinator, Dakota Center
Thanks to Learn to Earn Dayton's leadership on the Preschool Promise, I can afford to send my 4-year-old to a high quality Preschool.
— Mazia Govan, Preschool Promise mom
Learn to Earn Dayton is forging important partnerships to keep our kids reading and learning. We're seeing hundreds more children joining our summer reading programs.
— Tim Kambitsch, Executive Director, Dayton Metro Library
Learn to Earn Dayton is helping to unite our community around goals that help children be more successful in school, while also supporting families.
— Dale Brunner, President, YMCA of Greater Dayton
Our school district is just one in the region that is benefiting from Learn to Earn Dayton's focus on combating 'summer slide' with high quality summer learning opportunities.
— Kevin Bell, Superintendent, Trotwood-Madison City Schools
United Way and Learn to Earn Dayton are working side-by-side to ensure more children are succeeding in school by expanding summer learning programs and keeping our kids reading.
— Tom Maultsby, President, United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
Learn to Earn Dayton is helping our businesses stay competitive by ensuring that all of our young people understand how vital a college degree or high quality credential is for their future success and our region’s future workforce.
— Colleen Ryan, President, Vectren Energy Delivery of Ohio