A Positive Trajectory

A Positive Trajectory

Scholar & Teaching Fellow Alum Spotlight: Jamal Hill Former Breakthrough Atlanta scholar and teaching fellow Jamal Hill is an example of how support for Breakthrough Atlanta changes lives. He says his Breakthrough experience set a positive trajectory for his...
The Power of Mentorship

The Power of Mentorship

DONATE Teaching Fellow Alum Spotlight: José Fragoso Breakthrough’s unique teaching fellow program gives young college students the opportunity to become relatable mentors to middle schoolers during Breakthrough’s summer program. Teaching fellows share their college...
Becoming a Change Agent

Becoming a Change Agent

DONATE Teaching Fellow Spotlight: Kennedy Robbins Kennedy Robbins is preparing to graduate from Spelman University this May with a degree in Elementary Education, but she has already made a big impact in the lives of many young students. Currently a student teacher at...
Exploring the Laws of Physics

Exploring the Laws of Physics

Teaching Fellow Spotlight: Michael Chen Michael Chen attends Emory University, where he is majoring in neuroscience. He plans to attend medical school next year and hopes to be involved in medical education. This summer, Mr. Chen taught science, technology,...
A Relatable Mentor

A Relatable Mentor

Teaching Fellow Spotlight: Lee Perryman Lee Perryman attends Kennesaw State University, where he is majoring in K-5 Early Education. His passion to serve at Breakthrough is reflected in his favorite quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: “Everyone can be great...
Showing that College is within Reach

Showing that College is within Reach

Teaching Fellow Spotlight: Brianna Brown Brianna Brown graduated from the University of Alabama, where she majored in Early Childhood and Elementary Education.  Ms. Brown participated in Breakthrough’s Teaching Fellowship program in 2019 and returned for a...