LASTING IMPACT

A BOOK BY
JUST IN TIME

100K COMMUNITY

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STAFF

Reshae and Brittany at JIT Thanksgiving Dinner 2022

ANNUAL REPORT

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

INVESTORS & SPONSORS

COMMUNITY COLLABORATIONS

Reshae and Brittany at JIT Thanksgiving Dinner 2022

FINANCIALS

Reshae and Brittany at JIT Thanksgiving Dinner 2022

FAQS

LASTING IMPACT

NEWLY PUBLISHED BOOK

100K COMMUNITY

Reshae and Brittany at JIT Thanksgiving Dinner 2022

STAFF

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

INVESTORS & SPONSORS

COMMUNITY COLLABORATIONS

Reshae and Brittany at JIT Thanksgiving Dinner 2022

FINANCIALS

Reshae and Brittany at JIT Thanksgiving Dinner 2022

ANNUAL REPORT

Reshae and Brittany at JIT Thanksgiving Dinner 2022

FAQS

LASTING IMPACT

NEWLY PUBLISHED BOOK

100K COMMUNITY

Reshae and Brittany at JIT Thanksgiving Dinner 2022

STAFF

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

INVESTORS & SPONSORS

COMMUNITY COLLABORATIONS

Reshae and Brittany at JIT Thanksgiving Dinner 2022

FINANCIALS

Reshae and Brittany at JIT Thanksgiving Dinner 2022

ANNUAL REPORT

Reshae and Brittany at JIT Thanksgiving Dinner 2022

FAQS

VIEW FAMILY
PHOTO ALBUMS

EMERGENCY NEEDS & STABLE HOUSING
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ESSENTIAL EDUCATION
MEANINGFUL EMPLOYMENT
FINANCIAL LITERACY
HEALTHY PRACTICES & WELLBEING

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We're excited to meet you! More than half our staff are former foster youth, many of us have participated in JIT’s services. We understand first-hand the challenges that each of us face on our path to self-sufficiency. And we are proof that having essential resources and consistent relationships with caring adults can have a lasting positive impact. Reliable, Responsive Real– JIT peers, coaches and staff share a common commitment to empowering you. Welcome to YOUR new community.

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Budding Entrepreneurs Pitch Ideas in Just in Time’s Shark Tank Competition

by | Oct 19, 2020 | IN THE NEWS, YOUTH STORIES

By Sarah Sapeda

Eleven young entrepreneurs recently brought their biggest business ideas to Just in Time for Foster Youth’s third annual Shark Tank Competition. Local pros helped the top four develop business plans and build their strategy and pitches. They faced off on Facebook Live, and Victoria Willis came out on top with her idea for a podcast entitled “Brunches of Bunches,” which would feature well-known entrepreneurs sharing their successes, shortcomings, and advice. She received a $3,000 investment toward her idea.

“My coach and I are stoked to have received a $3,000 investment from JIT,” she said. “This will allow my team and I to purchase the necessary equipment to keep our business running smoothly. But beyond the material gain, the confidence I’m leaving with is definitely allowing me to step into my business and own our future success.”

The Shark Tank Competition was part of Just in Time’s Pathways to Financial Power service, which provides career resources, money management tips, and ongoing support for transition-age foster youth. Brandy Harvey came in second with an idea for a service for both common and exotic pets called “Tails & Scales,” followed by Emilio Carranza-Davis, whose nonprofit organization “Focus of the Future” would serve teens and young adults in Southeast San Diego. Andy Potgieter rounded out the top four with an AI companion app for young mothers called “CoLive.”

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Leveraging Strengths for Professional Success

Michael loves people and networking, so when Pathways to Financial Power appeared on his radar, he was excited to join.   “I’m a business and accounting major, so I know the math side, but Pathways seemed like a chance to get into the Business World, network, and...

Mastering Doubt

Mastering Doubt

Entering foster care at the age of twelve, Ana experienced seven different placements in three years.   “I always remember sitting in foster homes thinking, ‘When I get out of here and have control over my life, I want to do something with myself.’ I knew the key was...

A Path To Wellness

A Path To Wellness

In 2022, when Kory left Pittsburgh for San Diego, he was leaving behind more than his hometown; he was leaving behind a dark period of uncertainty and betting on a better life. Having survived foster care, Korey found himself overwhelmed by anxiety and stress and...

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