When the Issaquah-based College Success Foundation announced that 8,000 students who have completed its program have graduated from college since the program started in 2000, it sent a strong message: Community matters.
CSF’s students, volunteers, mentors and donors are creating a community of catalysts. This community will strengthen our region with an increasing pool of educated, empowered and employable individuals. They will compete for jobs and create new ones. When communities prosper, people prosper.
Congratulations to CEO Yolanda Watson Spiva and the entire CSF community. If you haven’t read the story yet, I encourage you to do so.