Guadalupe Center is encouraging business and community leaders, as well as retirees, to consider mentoring teens in the nonprofit’s college-preparatory Tutor Corps Program. Each year, Guadalupe Center accepts 25 to
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In Immokalee, 31.7% of the town’s total population, or 7,785 residents, are 18 years old or younger. That is a lot of students. In fact, it’s more than three times
Many students in Immokalee have never left Florida, flown on an airplane or set foot on a college campus. That all changed this summer for one fortunate group of 21
Longtime community advocates Debbie and Bill Toler have been named co-chairs for Guadalupe Center’s signature fundraising gala in 2023. The formal event, which will be held Jan. 19 in Naples,
Truist Foundation awarded Guadalupe Center a $10,000 grant to help recruit and train teachers for its nationally accredited Early Childhood Education Program. Guadalupe Center recently expanded its Early Childhood Education
Fort Myers-based BelieveNBooks has launched a new initiative, PageTurner, to help preschool-aged children become better readers at an early age. PageTurner is a YouTube channel featuring videos of Southwest Florida