Skinesha came into her local community center initially to seek assistance with employment. In a discussion, she revealed her passion for cooking. She dreamed of becoming a master chef. After completing assessments, her RSC recommended she apply for culinary classes through the Houston Food Bank. With Rainbow’s assistance, Skinesha was able to easily complete the […]READ MORE
Garrett deserves credit for his achievement. In early March 2020, Garrett responded to a Resident Survey form which his RSC had left (as they had for all residents) on his door. He specifically requested information regarding “Continuing Education/Financial Aid.” The RSC spoke with Garrett, discussed the Rainbow Scholarship, the application process, and referred him to […]READ MORE
Santana, at age 10 in fourth grade, recently transitioned with her mother and sister from homelessness to permanent housing. Her mother shared that Santana passionately discussed the effects the pandemic had on their lives. She reflected on their struggles and how they could still be homeless and living in a car if someone had not […]READ MORE
Rose needed help preparing her resume and finding employment. She and her Resident Services Coordinator (RSC) discussed the various aspects of a resume and how to make it look professional and inviting for employers. The RSC assisted in Rose’s job search and in completing applications. Together, they discussed potential interview questions and how to answer […]READ MORE
Lisette was a spring 2019 Rainbow Scholar completing an intense premedical post-baccalaureate program at the University of California-San Diego, with plans on applying to medical school the following June. Her dream job is to become a reproductive endocrinologist. One class she found interesting was Applications of Biology and Medicine, in which she learned about cardiovascular […]READ MORE
Diana is extremely appreciative of her Rainbow Scholarship which goes toward her tuition at Albany State University in Georgia. She says, without the Rainbow Scholarship, she would not have been able to attend college at all, as her family cannot afford it. She studies forensic science and dreams of becoming a crime scene investigator or […]READ MORE
Partnering in low-income affordable housing as a General Partner offers an opportunity to impact lives in intangible ways. Rachelle Maple is an example of the power of resident services in collaboration with quality, affordable housing developers as humanitarians.READ MORE
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