Pace In the News
There is a Bibb County program that focuses on helping teen girls who may be struggling at home or school or in trouble with the law. Thanks to Pace Macon, girls ages 11 to 17 are getting guidance they need to be a success.
The Clean Start Initiative, fed Thanksgiving dinner to hundreds of children from low-income families and at-risk communities across North Florida.
Rosene Johnson, the executive director of Pace Center for Girls Orange, tells News 6 the center uses an evidence-based approach to education and counseling, specific to how girls ages 11-18 learn.
Mayo Clinic has awarded grants to 26 organizations and programs, including Pace Center for Girls, to address the key community health needs identified in this year’s Northeast Florida Community Health Needs Assessment.
Feedback is core to Pace Center for Girls’ learning agenda and contributes to quality improvement efforts, innovation, and social impact. Listening to the girls we serve through our year-round academic and social services programming is a highlighted value in our mission and theory of change.