My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Seattle Education Access, Seattle, WA, USA
Seattle Education Access (SEA) is the first organization I've found that truly cares for each individual person as a whole. They definitely want to make each of their students succeed, and understand there are many pieces to the puzzle of each student’s life. SEA understands that if one piece is missing, (like childcare, transportation, time management, or lack of emotional support) the puzzle will not be complete. Polly and the people at SEA solve for each puzzle piece to ensure for their student's success. As a single mom going into nursing, I was stuck in a hard place. I needed to work to make enough money for everyday costs. However, 40+ hours a week, going to school, and taking care of my daughter was draining, to say the least. I needed to cut down the hours I worked in order to academically succeed in Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology. This would ensure I complete my career goals and be financially stable in the future. SEA has helped me in so many ways. I am now getting 4.0's in all my classes and have time to do an internship at Children's Hospital to prepare me for my career as a nurse. I could not be where I am without SEA's assistance. I pray that people can continue to donate to SEA, which is the best organization in Seattle helping others like me become financially independent.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The confidence I received knowing that this organization is here and believes in my success.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Amazingly caring and try to find ways to help EVERYONE that walks in their door.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Dear SEA Students, Thank you so much for all the wonderful things you have said about SEA. All of our students are the foundation of SEA. Please give yourselves credit for your amazing and hard work that all of you put into your education. At SEA all of our students are resilient survivors, that DESERVE their educations. I am fortunate enough to work at SEA and all of the people we help. Thank you for supporting SEA. *Brittney