Jeremiah Program Fargo-Moorhead Promotes Megan Lee to Assistant Director/Family Enrichment Facilitator
FARGO, ND -- Lead Teacher Megan Lee has been promoted to Assistant Director/Family Enrichment Facilitator. In her new role, Lee will assist the director in several administrator roles and provide quarterly home visits, which are designed to help our moms build upon the parenting skills they already have as well as:
- Provide additional child development information that lets parents know what to expect as their kids grow (e.g., potty training, solid foods, school work assistance),
- Share information about how to promote healthy development,
- Assist with locating additional resources and scheduling appointments (e.g., autistic or developmental resources for kids with special needs),
- Provide support for parent/child activities that encourage development, engagement and help moms see that they are their child's first teacher.
Lee joined Jeremiah Program in April 2018 after serving as a classroom teacher and home visitor/family support role for Lakes & Prairies Head Start in Moorhead. She earned her bachelor of science in cognitive studies from Ashford University and associates degrees in early childhood development and executive assistance from Rasmussen College.
About Jeremiah Program
Jeremiah Program offers one of the nation's most successful strategies for transforming families from poverty to prosperity two generations at a time. Through its holistic approach, Jeremiah prepares determined single mothers to excel in the workforce, readies their children to succeed in school, and reduces generational dependence on public assistance.
Its newest campus Fargo-Moorhead opened in January 2018. It features 20 furnished apartments designed to support single mothers, who are required to work part time or volunteer, attend college full time, and work toward a career-track education while participating Jeremiah Program's weekly coaching and life skills classes. The ground floor of the campus also features a licensed early Child Development Center that can serve up to 52 children ages six weeks until starting kindergarten.