These are just a handful of stories about the many successful alumni we have so proudly graduated over the past 15 years!

 Doug - Class of 2009
 
Following his graduation from The Neighborhood Academy in 2009, Doug decided to matriculate to Edinboro University over schools such as Howard University, Robert Morris University, and Slippery Rock University. After that it did not take long for all of his hard work and strong character to shince, as he graduated with a degree in Finance in only four years. Following graduation he immediately found employment at a local bank as a Financial Representative, and has since moved on to become an Investment Advisor.
 Keka - Class of 2006
 

Keka was a member of the Class of 2006.  Despite growing up in Pittsburgh, Keka never knew Chatham University existed until she toured it with TNA before her senior year…and fell in love. After graduating in ’06, she enrolled in Chatham and earned her Bachelor’s in Biology and Psychology and her Master’s in Psychology. She then went on to earn another Bachelor’s in Medical Sciences from The Medical School of the Americas. Inspired by a friend who succumbed to Sickle Cell Anemia, she went on to work as clinical researcher, in search of a cure for the insidious disease that largely afflicts African-Americans. She has since moved on to a supervisory role for a pharmceutical research firm.

 Jana'a - Class of 2005
 
Jana'a was a member of the Class of 2005, the first graduating class of The Neighborhood Academy. She was accepted into seven different colleges and universities, but ultimately chose to attend Edinboro University, where she graduated with a degree in Communications in the spring of 2009. Following graduation, Jana'a achieved two significant life milestones: marriage and employment as a drug and alcohol counselor. In addition, reflecting on here interests and passions, Jana'a decided to enroll in cosmetology school; she has since graduated, and is working while planning on opening her own salon.