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Resource Carnival 2024 Recap

By David Logan

On Saturday, April 20, 2024 we celebrated the grand opening of our Veterans Community Outreach Center that has resource services available at No Cost to veterans, children, seniors, families, and community members! Over 150 people joined us in celebration! In our recap video you can learn about some of the resources available in our community and see how it all went down. 


LF Veterans Upward Bound Reaches Membership Milestone: Now Serving 314 Veterans and Counting

By Sierra Trinidad

Since the grand opening of the Veterans Upward Bound Education Resource Center in May 2023, the L.E.A.R.N. foundation’s Veterans Upward Bound programs have grown to have 15 employees and serving over 300 veterans and counting while supporting other critical needs such as homelessness, food insecurity, and clothing.

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Holiday Giving 2023

Serving Veterans, Children, and Their Families for a Holiday Season of Giving

By David Logan and Sierra Trinidad

Over $150,000 worth of donations were given to over 125 veterans, children, and their families. The LEARN Foundation inc. partnered with the KSU Trio Programs to host their annual Holiday Giving event to make this happen. These donations included food, toys, clothing, household items, and hygiene products. At this event there was something for everyone.There is strength in community and working together to meet the needs of others.

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Vlog: Falcons
vs Saints Game with LF VUB

By David Logan

For Veterans Appreciation month, LF Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) Program members were offered free tickets to this Football game on Sunday, November 26th. In which, they were invited to participate in the opening ceremony by presenting the flag. Watch this video to see the full experience. 


Dual Enrollment: Benefits and Process 

Discussion with Dr. Jon Hershey, Dr. Dalton Lemelle Jr, Will Evans and Greg Shropshire

On this episode of Community Watch, they discuss the process, impact, and benefits of Dual Enrollment. 

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The National Student Organization Brother 2 Brother

Conversation with Dr. Jon Hershey, Greg Shropshire, Dr. Dalton Lemelle Jr., and Caleb 

On this episode of Community Watch, they discuss the impact of Brother 2 Brother and basketball. Brother 2 Brother is a national student organization designed to improve the educational experience, to embrace leadership by being positive examples for each other through a strong commitment to academic achievement, brotherhood and community service, promoting successful retention and college completion among African American and Hispanic/Latino males.

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Dr. Lemelle Joins Dr. Hershey on Community Watch

Interview with Dr. Hershey

On this episode, Jon speaks with Dr. Dalton Lemelle about new upward bound grants that are focused on veterans in Northwest Georgia.


Dr. Lemelle Joins Elizabeth Davis on Good Morning Rome

Interview with Elizabeth Davis

Recently, the L.E.A.R.N Foundation opened a brick and mortar location in Dallas, GA. This nonprofit seeks to provide innovative and structured educational outreach programs to veterans. The organization has a new 

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Teaching Others to L.E.A.R.N. Dr. Dalton Lemelle Jr. advocates for lifelong learning

By Shala Heiner

Seeing a problem is easy. Thinking that something should be done about it takes a little more effort. But actually stepping up and pouring time and energy into creating a solution takes a special type of person.


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Assistance for Veterans who want to continue their education

Interview with Condace Pressley 

Recently, the L.E.A.R.N Foundation opened a brick and mortar location in Dallas, GA. This nonprofit seeks to provide innovative and structured educational outreach programs to veterans. The organization has a new program, Veterans Upward Bound which will allow qualified veterans to have free access to services barring them to educational success. This is one of three similar programs in Georgia. To qualify, veterans must live in one of these Georgia counties: Bartow, Carroll, Douglas, Floyd, Haralson, Paulding or Polk. The man behind the program Dr. Dalton Lemelle, Jr., CEO of the L.E.A.R.N. Foundation and an Air Force veteran is today's guest. His story of graduating high school with only a 5th grade reading level to earning his Ph.D. with support from the Air Force illustrates how critical programs like Veterans Upward Bound are to the community.

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Continuing service by serving local community

By Sierra Trinidad

The Veterans Upward Bound Programs' participants have served their country and are continuing their service by serving their local community through the L.E.A.R.N. Foundation's Veterans Outreach Program.


Grand Opening of Education Resource Center for Veterans

By Sierra Trinidad

"We will provide our qualified veterans with over 200 years of education experience which will allow them the opportunity to gain trust and obtain the academic success they truly deserve," states CEO and 20-year enlisted retired Air Force Veteran, Dr. Lemelle. . .

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