James Madison Academic Campus (JMAC) Education Center
The Class of 2022 student speeches shares stories of gratitude for mentors, instructors, and others who have helped them along their journey. Click this icon “▶️” next to the students’ names to hear their stories.
Sa'Niya Bonds ▶️
"This program has made me realize that if you put your best foot forward you will be successful in anything you put your mind to."
Adrian Crespo ▶️
Capitol Stampings Corp.
"I appreciate the second chance GPSEd gave me. I'm able to graduate on time, I became CPT Certified and I'll be offered employment after graduation. These are all great accomplishments I achieved while being in the program."
Jovannis Dansby ▶️
"The traditional classroom setting was not for me. GPSEd gave me the opportunity to learn in a different way."
Demariana King ▶️
"Throughout my time at GPSEd I've overcome many challenges. My biggest accomplishment was being able to work for 2 different businesses. Those experiences gave me the ability to learn how to cope with challenges that come my way."
Quincy Nash ▶️
"The past two years in the GPSEd program has been a journey. I had the opportunity to work for two different companies and I obtained certifications that will go along way."
Demetrius Powell ▶️
"The most important lesson I've learned while being in the GPSEd program is that dedication matters. You have to always finish what you started no matter what."
Joshua Simmons ▶️
"GPSEd allowed me to jumpstart my career right after high school by providing me with employability skills needed for my career in construction."
DeEricka Williams ▶️
"GPSEd created a safe classroom environment for me to reach my full potential. I have learned several transferrable skills that I will use in nursing."