Success Stories: Willow Place

 

Meet April, a volunteer tutor in accounting and math.  April now tutors Participants in accounting and math at Project Self-Sufficiency and at Willow Place.

April and her son Kamron moved to Loveland about two years ago, after she had completed her Associate’s degree and was preparing for her first semester at Colorado State University.  Although they knew no one in town when they moved, April has built a community for herself through clubs at school and her work as a volunteer.Through Project Self Sufficiency, she received assistance with schooling and childcare costs and also received scholarships through the Loveland Housing Authority scholarship program.

A double major in Economics and Accounting, April aspires to become an analyst upon graduation from CSU. Says Beth, her advisor, “April is hardworking and brilliant. I love that she is a double major in Accounting and Economics! I am so inspired by April’s willingness to help other participants.” We continue to be touched by the generosity that allows us to make a difference in the lives of people like April, who then make a difference in the lives of others.