Journalists seeking more information on Say Yes can download a press kit that includes information on the organization's strategy and work; a primer on its higher education partners, and clips from The Washington Post, Forbes and Education Week.
After 8 years Say Yes to Education in Syracuse continues to show promise as Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner lauds Say Yes in her state of the city address. “Say Yes…
Representatives from the Say Yes Syracuse community partnership have announced a $20 million grant from a New York State economic development initiative that will enable the partners to
“If it hadn’t been for Say Yes, I would probably be struggling — still in college while trying to pay for it,” – Keasya Hudgins CNY Community Foundation Annual report 2016.
Say Yes to Education celebrated their 25th anniversary in 2012. Here’s My Chance (HMC) produced a powerful, emotionally charged video telling the stories of Say Yes to Education alumni.
Cora Cool-Mihalyi, a graduating senior in the Syracuse University School of Education and a Say Yes Scholar, says she’s proud to be a Syracuse City school District graduate.
Are you inspired by the goals and approach of Say Yes or have questions about scholarships? We invite you to reach out to and learn more about how you can get involved.
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