Pathways to Success

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The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation seeks to expand education opportunities in ways that open new pathways to success in school and in life. We support in-school innovations and out-of-school initiatives that provide powerful learning and mentoring experiences, encourage and guide youth to pursue rigorous postsecondary programs and offer useful information about what it takes to gain access to and persist in high-quality postsecondary education and training.

The Pipeline Project
In pursuit of the long-term goal of more students earning postsecondary certification and degrees in STEAM fields, The Pipeline Project invests in innovations that disrupt the status quo for underserved preK-12 students. The Pipeline Project seeks to build both the supply of and the demand for STEAM programs among underserved and low-income youth and their families. Learn more.

Through a partnership with, during the 2016-17 school year The Pipeline Project will match donations, dollar for dollar up to $75,000, to give hundreds of Pre-K-12 classroom teachers the supplies they need to create great STEAM experiences for children in high-poverty schools in Atlanta, Fulton, Clayton and DeKalb public systems. Donors can visit The Pipeline Project page at to locate projects eligible for the match.

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