Intergenerational Mobility Project

The video, made in collaboration with the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, profiles EMPath's Intergenerational Mobility Project. Families use the Bridge to Self-Sufficiency to plan for the future. When parents can align and prioritize goals, they can build a solid foundation for their children’s future and move across the economic divide.

Self-Sufficiency

86% of heads of household made significant progress toward starting school, jobs, or savings

Alignment

71% of families have shown measurable improvement on confusion and order in the home

Self-Regulation

78% of children have shown measurable improvement on self-regulation

Family Goals

100% of families have set and attained their family goals

Support

The Intergen Project was designed with support from the Frontiers of Innovation at the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University.