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One of SER National’s principle goals is to empower members of the Latino and other underserved communities by strengthening their individual capabilities. Economic, social, educational, and political empowerment are critical to achieving self-sufficiency. Through a variety of programs and services, SER provides individuals with the necessary tools to become fully empowered. We believe empowerment is an essential characteristic that all persons must possess because these individuals are not just more productive and contributing members of society; they are also more confident of their own abilities.
When You Donate to SER National, You’re Making an Investment in Someone’s Future.
Your unrestricted cash contributions and donations of goods and services help SER National and our affiliates provide state-of-the-art training, education and employment services to over 1.2 million people each year, giving them the tools they need for upward career mobility and financial freedom for themselves and their families.
Also, does your employer have a matching gift program? Many companies will double or even triple their employees’ individual contributions. Contact the human resources or public affairs office at work to see if your employer offers such a program.
Every penny counts, and so does every dollar. We invite our supporters, alumni and other friends to consider making a minimum cash donation to show their commitment to SER.
Please click the payment link below to make a contribution right now. It only takes a moment. And be sure to save your receipt for tax time. SER National is a 501(c)(3) private nonprofit corporation, so your donations are tax-deductible.
Early Childhood Education
SER—Jobs for Progress National, Inc. (SER National) , Early Head Start Program – Child Care Partnerships (SER-EHS) is designed to collaborate with Child Care Partners within the Dallas County Area in Texas. While our child care partners’ main objective is to provide safe childcare, particularly for working families; the collaboration and alignment with Early Head Start is to provide a safe and secure environment for children, but is also enriching services by providing comprehensive child development and family support services that enhance the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development of participating children. To learn more about our Children’s Program, click here.
The SER STEM Program is designed to enhance students’ academic, technical, and leadership skills in order to attain educational success. The Robotics Program is intended to stimulate interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), as well as art. The goal is to encourage students to attend college and pursue STEM degrees. This program will stimulate students’ interest in STEM through hands-on science and engineering activities and through a variety of motivational speakers. The program will introduce students, beginners through expert, to the exciting world of robotics through building, designing, modifying and testing robots. To learn more about our STEM Program, click here.
Mature Worker Program
Since July 2003, SER National has been funded by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to operate the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) focusing on the training and employment needs of the mature worker. SER serves over 3,500 participants in over 150 counties in 8 states each year. SER SCSEP, in its fourteenth year of operation, is administered locally in the following states: California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Rhode Island, Texas, and Wisconsin. To learn more about our SCSEP program, click here.
Since its founding over 50 years ago, SER National has fulfilled its promise of transforming lives and communities through education, employment and empowerment. Through its extensive network of world-class grassroots affiliates, SER has grown to serve over one million people each year, positively impacting the lives of pre-school children, youth, high school dropouts, dislocated or otherwise unemployed workers, and seniors. To learn more about SER-National, click here.
SER National Puerto Rico Earthquake Relief Fund
Just after a little over two years since Hurricane Maria devastated the island, Puerto Ricans are again being challenged by another natural disaster.
Since late last December, a series of powerful earthquakes hit Puerto Rico, including a 6.4-magnitude earthquake which struck on January 7, 2020. Thousands on the island are facing power outages and physical and emotional crises. In fact, many Puerto Ricans are sleeping outside for fear another tremor may hit, and thousands more remain in government-run shelters. Experts predict aftershocks may continue for some time.