HWSC in Binghamton

Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection helps Binghamton students stay in school, earn their high school diplomas and prepare for higher education or employment.

Currently, HWSC is working with more than 100 students at Binghamton High School. These young people receive 360-degree support from school-based Youth Advocates who help them develop good habits, acquire social skills, and achieve their potential for success at home, in school and at work.

A Model that Works

Year over year, HWSC’s model brings positive outcomes for participating students, their families, and their community. Across all regions in 2022, 91% of students who stayed with the program throughout high school received their diplomas. And that number jumped to 100% for students who held part-time jobs with a Hillside Employment Partner. (These and other insights are included in our HWSC Outcomes Report for the Class of 2022).

Regional Employment Partners

Binghamton-area employers are invaluable partners in the success of HWSC and our students. HWSC Employer Partners recognize the importance of a new generation of ready-to-work young people. We’re proud to collaborate with these partners to link HWSC students with individualized resources and experiences that make such a difference in their lives.

For More Information

To learn more about HWSC’s Binghamton activities, contact Karinda Shanes, Regional Executive Director, at 585-256-7500 or info@hillside.com.

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