Josué is a proud alumnus of KIPP Houston and a current junior at Georgetown University. He serves on the board of Georgetown’s Latinx Leadership Forum, and last summer he interned on Capitol Hill. Learn more about Josué’s story and how he is changing the odds in his community.
At KIPP, we say that “Knowledge is Power.” One way to turn knowledge into power is by voting. This summer, as an intern with the Urban League of Greater New Orleans, I got to help high school students across the city—including KIPPsters like me—register to vote.
As a proud 2015 graduate of Fordham University, pursuing a career in modern dance, Brittany shares her gratitude for all those who lived this motto throughout her education.
Donnell is a proud alumnus of KIPP New Orleans and a current junior at Franklin & Marshall College. He serves as F&M’s student body President, and last summer he interned at the White House. Learn more about Donnell’s story and how he is changing the odds in his community.
Eight KIPP alumni share what they’ve learned about interning this summer to help their peers prepare for their first internship.
Nathan Woods, KIPP DC Alumnus and Whittier Middle School Teacher through Teach For America, shares why he lives by the “pay it forward” credo and is pursuing a career in education.
Kendall Tidwell fearlessly, and without notes, shared his story of going “on beyond” to a group of 6,500 adults at KIPP School Summit. We’re sharing his video here, along with the transcript below, so more people can hear and be inspired by his story.