Public Media Is Helping
Local Communities Keep
More Students on the Path
to a High School Diploma,
College & Successful Careers
National Network of Champions and
Partner Organizations
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2014 American Graduate Day Featured Partners

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Local New York Organizations


Local Champions and Partner Organizations

American Graduate is proud to partner with over 800 local organizations to create a network across the country. Search for your local partner organizations by state below.

Who We're Working With


Business (Includes corporate and local small businesses as well as groups of business leaders)
• Albuquerque Business Education Compact (New Mexico PBS)
• Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce (Vegas PBS)
• Business Leaders for Michigan (Detroit PTV)

Civic (Includes departments within local, city and state governments) 
• South Carolina State Dept. of Education (SCETV)
• Charlotte-Meckenburg Police Department (WTVI)
• City of Atlanta’s Parks Recreation and Cultural Affairs (PBA)

Non-Profit (Includes local community non-profit organizations and foundations)
• STRIVE Partnership (CET)
• Los Angeles City Libraries (PBS SoCal)
• ReelWorks Teen Filmmakers (WNET, New York, NY)

Higher Ed (Includes universities, community colleges and technical training programs)
• University of Arkansas (AETN)
• Miami-Dade College (Florida Collaborative)
• St. Louis Community College (Nine Network)

Schools (Includes public, private and alternative schools as well as school administrative offices)
• Norfolk Public Schools (WHRO)
• DC Public Schools (DC Collaborative)
• Nautillus Middle School (Miami, WLRN)

Faith (Includes churches, synagogues, and other sites of worship and consortia of religious leaders)
• Interfaith Leadership Council of Southeast Michigan (Detroit PTV)
• Independent Presbyterian Church Foundation (Alabama PTV)
• Beebe Memorial Cathedral (San Francisco KQED)

National Leaders







"American Graduate is a wonderful program! I am committed to doing whatever I can to help students stay in school and graduate. When students start school in pre-K or kindergarten, they do not begin with the mindset of dropping out; we, as parents, educators, and leaders, have to do something about that.”

--Rueben McDaniel, Chair, Atlanta Board of Education (WPBA Atlanta, GA)
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