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In Memoriam: Justin Schaefer

By: Kaitlin Popielarz, MEP Instructor and Guest Blogger 

Justin Schaefer came to Mercy Education Project through the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. Beginning in the fall of 2014, Justin promised to live with spirituality, simplicity, community, and fervor for social justice with his housemates. It would be in this life of servitude that Justin would learn much about himself while teaching those around him what it means to live life as a disciple of Jesus Christ.

Events

January 2012

 Yes, Mercy Education Project celebrates 20 years of learning and achievement beginning in January 2012! That’s 20 years of helping girls and women achieve the goal of completing school and going on to higher education, jobs or job training. We hope you will participate in some of our celebration activities.

20th ANNIVERSARY CALENDAR

JANUARY 27    20th Anniversary...

May 2011

DETROIT (WWJ) - The Mercy Education Project will hold its annual fundraiser ”Doorway to the Future” dinner at the Compuware Building in Detroit on May 5th.

WWJ Newsradio 950′s Marie Osborne tells us more about the organization dedicated to changing the lives of young women in Detroit.

“Eighty percent of the women who complete our program, get the GED, will go on to college, job placement or full employment,” says Amy Amador-Executive Director of the Mercy Education Project...

News

September 13, 2018

MEP loves our corporate partners and wants your company to join our team as we open doors for girls and women. Our programs offer a variety of ways in which you can connect with MEP. For more information, please contact Kathy Tanner at [email protected].

August 29, 2018

Consider tutoring for MEP's Girls' Program! 60 minutes, once a week. You pick your day and time slot. Our current survey indicates 100% of our volunteers found this experience "most rewarding and worth the effort."  Click here for details on how to sign up today!

December 21, 2017

Women in the Advanced Adult Basic Education Program participate in networking with local professional women.

 

At the end of November, two dozen students from Mercy Education Project’s Women’s Educational Services program and more than a dozen local professional women gathered at Henry Ford College in Dearborn for a day of networking and skill building. 

 The event was the capstone to our pilot program “Emerging Professionals,” a five week seminar led by professional consultants Mary Beth Weigel and Janette Philips, in which women from our advanced Adult Basic Education program learned more about who they are and...

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