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HELP‘s mission is to create, through merit- and needs-based university scholarships, a community of young professionals and leaders who promote a more just society in Haiti.

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Artists for Haiti profiles three students

February 14, 2014

Many thanks to Artists for Haiti for their generous support, Cine Institute for their production work, and Fegens, Maureen, and Pierre-Charles for sharing their stories!

HELP Featured in Kristof Op-Ed

List of holiday gifts that make a difference

December 20, 2013

We are honored to be included in Nicholas Kristof’s annual holiday giving guide in his latest New York Times column. It was a pleasure to welcome Mr. Kristof to the HELP Student Center last week and to introduce him to our extraordinary students who are proving that “education is the best escalator out of poverty.”

Working with Western Union & WKKF

Partnering to promote leadership and education

December 19, 2013

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This fall, HELP celebrated a very exciting landmark. We received the two largest single-year grant disbursements in our history, thanks to the generous partnership of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) and the Western Union Foundation. Both WKKF and Western Union have a longstanding focus on education, and together they are sponsoring nearly 20% of the HELP student body for the 2013-2014 school year. WKKF’s support for HELP is part of their recently launched 15-year commitment to Haiti, while Western Union’s engagement comes via their three-year “Education for Better” global campaign.

Alternative Classrooms

an eventful autumn and student reflections

December 18, 2013

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During the fall semester, students found time to organize and participate in a wide range of extracurricular events. From hiking in the mountains to hosting lectures and concerts to organizing clinics, here is a sample of what we have been learning outside the classroom.

Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education, Visits HELP!

November 6, 2013

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HELP was delighted to welcome the U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, the American Ambassador to Haiti, Pamela A. White, and the Haitian Minister of National Education and Professional Training, Vanneur Pierre, to the HELP Student Center on November 5. They toured the Center and met with HELP staff and students to discuss the challenges that young Haitians face in accessing higher education.

Secretary Duncan tweeted about the visit, “Great conversation w students from Haitian Edu & Leadership- creating the next generation of Haitian leaders. pic.twitter.com/7hNLpGQAiZ.”