Charlie | NAZ Scholar at Plymouth Christian Youth Center, Releasing Butterflies in the Garden

"I don't like science (not at all), but this was fun! The caterpillars hatch out of an egg; they turn into larva. They make their chrysalis and they hatch ... well you have to wait 5 to 15 days. I can't wait to get to high school science and do some of that mad scientist stuff!" #NorthFaceFriday
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NAZ Family Achievement Coaches

Coaches Partner with Scholars and their Families

NAZ Family Achievement Coaches enroll families into NAZ and partner with NAZ scholars and parents to support their path to college beginning at birth. These skilled coaches are either from the Northside or have lived in similar circumstances as our families. The majority are located at partner schools and early learning centers, to be integrated into the scholar’s educational setting.

NAZ Family Achievement Coaches work one-on-one with parents and their children to:

  • Instill the belief that college is possible
  • Help parents set family goals called Achievement Plans
  • Help children set and reach academic goals

Note: This role replaces what was formerly known as the Connector role.