A promise of partnership

A promise of partnership

If students promise to stay in school and work hard, we promise to provide the support and tools needed to succeed, lead productive lives and participate fully in Georgia’s economic future.

A Better Future

A Better Future

In Georgia, one in three high school students will not graduate—often due to factors outside of their control, such as poverty or inadequate housing. 1.3 million Georgians over the age of 18 don’t have high school diplomas and are not adequately prepared for the workplace. Bringing together public and private partnerships, mentors and positive workplaces, Great Promise Partnership is giving at-risk students a reason to stay in school and succeed

Support Us

Support Us

Our goal is to help provide resources, materials and support for students, so they may participate in our GPP programs. Learn how you can donate so we can achieve our goal today.

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Become a Workplace

Become a Workplace

Great Promise Partnership can help your business create a GPP Industrial or GPP Office Workplace that benefits students, your business and the community. Make a better Georgia a part of your business. Get involved today.

 
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Success Stories

Success Stories

Great Promise Partnership helps at-risk students earn their diplomas while earning
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News & Events

USDA Teams up with Great Promise Partnership, Inc. to Increase Workforce Readiness, Lower High School Dropout Rates 

MACON, Ga. – Dec. 4, 2014 –USDA today formalized an agreement with Great Promise Partnership, Inc., (GPP) to increase economic opportunities in persistent poverty counties and help ensure rural Georgia is workforce ready.  The partners will leverage available resources to increase the availability of capital for educational programs, technical assistance and community economic development. “Meeting […]

Caterpillar and Power Partners employ GPP students in Athens

We are excited to announce our first 12 for Life Workplace program in Athens-Clarke County in partnership with the Clarke County School District, Power Partners, Inc., Caterpillar, and Athens Technical College.  Five students from Cedar Shoals High School and Clarke Central High School are working with Power Partners, Inc. in the areas of manufacturing, informational […]

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