ACCESS TO EDUCATION IS ESSENTIAL TO DEVELOPING SELF-RELIANT RESIDENTS AND A STRONG, STABLE COMMUNITY
UNI is committed to ensuring all residents have access to primary and secondary education and post-secondary education and job training opportunities that lead to economic stability and growth.
UNI has partnered with City and national experts to address chronic absenteeism. The goal is to decrease chronic absenteeism in Detroit to 15 percent by 2027. For more information about our attendance work visit our website.
We are working to connect residents with post-secondary education and job training opportunities through the Southwest Detroit College Access Network.
NONE OF OUR WORK WOULD BE POSSIBLE WITHOUT THE COLLABORATION OF OUR PARTNERS INCLUDING:
University of Michigan School of Social Work
Detroit College Access Network
Madonna University School of Social Work
University of Michigan Youth Policy Lab
Detroit Youth Development Resource Center
Wayne State University
and many more great partners!
URBAN NEIGHBORHOOD INITIATIVES 8300 LONGWORTH ST. DETROIT 48209 (313) 841-4447