Liberated adults are not defined by their economic status. The philosophy of Liberated Success embraces that every student’s pathway to their economic freedom is complicated and layered. Liberated Success unapologetically endeavors to equip Black, Indigenous, and People of Color students 14 – 24 years of age with the tools that they need, to make educated decisions, that will enable them to enjoy the self-determination, joy, peace, and happiness which they deserve. Through workforce development and intentional career exploration activities, young people will have the necessary tools and support to make liberated career choices.
The four prongs of our theory of change are leadership development, career exploration experiences, career counseling, and mentoring. Internships provide students with experiential learning opportunities to apply what they learn in the classroom to real-life work experiences. Liberated Success expands upon the internship model by:
Our belief of change is based on filling gaps that students experience in going from students to young adults while entering their career, and those four aspects of Liberated Success help to significantly close those gaps.