A Brighter Future for

Young Mothers

Building Community

the E.A.R.N. Way

The “Why” Behind E.A.R.N.

I really would like to attend college, but can’t because I don’t have a high school diploma. I have been trying for over two years, but every time I got close, I would come back to a dead-end, either because of my age or financial problems.

-Wilashia, 20, high school drop-out

Our Mission

Educational Assistance Resources Network (E.A.R.N.) is dedicated to building stronger communities,one disadvantaged student at a time.

Established in 2012, E.A.R.N. is a 501C3 that offers a wide range of support to those seeking their high school diploma or GED.  Through an integrated delivery of partner support services, our aid recipients become empowered to improve their lives-and by consequence, the lives of their families-as they attain their once elusive high school diploma or GED. Gaining access to relevant academic programs regardless of their present circumstances allows for them to “earn” the opportunity for a better life which leads to a stronger community for all.

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Only 54% of foster children earn a high school diploma

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Of all homeless families nationwide are headed by single women with children

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Of Arizona children whose parents do not have a HS degree live in low income families

Our Programs

Teach a Mom to Fish

The E.A.R.N. Way

Aging Out Assistance