1. Meet the Mentor: Charmaine L.

    "I’m doing something locally, but in some ways, I helped develop this really beautiful model that is making change all over the world."

  2. Meet the Mentor: Jessica A.

    "What I really want people to know is that EMPath doesn't drive itself. The participants drive us."

  3. Meet the Mentor: Amparo G.

    "You can never underestimate anyone. Everybody has the capacity to overcome anything and change for the better."

  4. Meet the Mentor: Bryna R.

    "I say it all the time – Mobility Mentoring works. I see it working. It works differently and at different speeds for everybody, but it works."

  5. Meet the Mentor: Carlos M.

    "When you push the numbers to the side, what’s left over is the emotions."

  6. Mobility Mentoring® Essentials Part Four: Recognition

    Recognition acknowledges participants' progress along the path to economic independence and provides positive encouragement to keep going.

  7. Mobility Mentoring® Essentials Part Three: Goal Setting

    What role does goal setting play in EMPath's economic coaching model? In this third post, we explain how setting goals is critical for participants to reach economic independence.

  8. Identity Theft: Next Steps & Prevention

    We hear it on the radio, we see it in the news, but it’s not until it hits home that Identify Theft becomes the two scariest words. Identity Theft is defined as deliberately using someone else’s identity to gain a financial advantage or obtain credit or benefits using another’s personal information and putting the real victim at a disadvantage or loss.

  9. Mobility Mentoring® Essentials Part Two: The Bridge to Self-Sufficiency®

    What tools are effective when coaching for economic mobility? In this second post, we review EMPath’s signature tool, the Bridge to Self-Sufficiency.

  10. A 0.5% drop in the official poverty rate is not a cause for celebration

    Today the U.S. Census Bureau released its findings for the 2018 Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage and Supplemental Poverty Measure. The first report tells us about poverty in America without the assistance of anti-poverty programs. The second report tells us how effective those programs are at moving citizens above the poverty rate listed in the first report.