Savanna Williams wasn't sure about barbering until her Francis Tuttle instructor gave some encouragement. Now, she holds a national competition medal and a commendation from the governor.
Current and former students tell their stories of what Francis Tuttle did for them, from a future beyond high school to a new start in a successful career.
- Student Experience
- Success Stories
After appearing on the hit show, Lewis has continued on to culinary career success
After completing her high school degree through Francis Tuttle's Project HOPE, Kyla Hopper went on to graduate from the Full-Charge Bookkeeper program and secure a job at People's Bank & Trust.
From knowing very little English to landing a job with the IRS, accounting has given Rosine a career path to success in America.
From her family's store in Cameroon to Francis Tuttle's Accounting program, numbers guide Schneider toward her career.
Charlotte didn't even know what a graphic designer was when she was first told about it. Now she's in a successful career and still gets to enjoy her first passion: art.
At first, Yadira Cruz didn't think she needed school for graphic design. But thanks to her time at Francis Tuttle, she's now a lead designer at a local firm.
A late starter at Francis Tuttle, Suny Anaya turned Cosmetology studies into a microblading career
Hall's Pizza Kitchen was already in the works when Lori decided to take culinary classes. But the experience proved helpful in starting the successful restaurant.
Family ties had kept Abiyah's focus on the medical field, but the Computer Science Academy opened up a whole new world