Building Bright Futures: The Possibilities are Endless!

Joey, a sixth-grader from Villaggio on Route 66 in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., has big dreams for his future. Through Hope through Housing’s Building Bright Futures initiative, Joey attends the after-school program where he lives and receives encouragement, mentoring...

Live from The Canyon ‘CORE’s Got Talent’

Earlier this year, a unique new music venue opened at Montclair Place as part of the mall’s major facelift. The Canyon is a full-service restaurant and music venue with a tagline of “Where music meets the Soul.” Upcoming acts include Oingo Boingo, Pancho Sanchez,...

The Wrights: Delivering Hope for two decades

Some 27 years ago, Andy and Blenda Wright began their journey helping low-income families, single mothers, and youth to better their lives and futures. It was 1991 when Andy joined with Jeff Burum to launch SoCal Housing, which is now known as National CORE. Andy had...

How we’re building a future workforce one intern at a time

Economists and public policy experts estimate that, if current trends in higher education continue, California will experience a skills gap of 1.1 million college-educated workers by 2030. Clearly, the future of our state’s economy is dependent on a skilled workforce....

Career conversations and inspiration

For youth of all backgrounds, the future can look bright with the right support and influences. But research makes clear that students from low-income families are statistically much less likely to attend college and attain a living-wage career. A 2016 study by...
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