Wisconsin Promise is a project for 2000 participating Wisconsin families with 14 to 16 year old teens who receive Supplemental Social Security Income (SSI). The goal is to support teens receiving SSI and their families in achieving their education and career goals. Find out more about Promise… | Materials to Share!
Enrollment for Wisconsin Promise is over, but people with disabilities can apply for services like these through the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. Please visit them to get started on the path to success today!
Promise teens and families share their experiences. Wisconsin Promise Stories
Hard-Working Youth is Asked to Work More HoursFebruary 6, 2017
When Life Changes for the BestFebruary 2, 2017
Job Interview Tips: Is the Job and Company a Good Fit for You?February 8, 2017
Could You Use an Extra $1000? Ask about Promise Matched Savings AccountsFebruary 7, 2017
Ellie’s Updates: Wisconsin Promise ParticipantsFebruary 2, 2017
Thank you for Taking a Promise SurveyJanuary 5, 2017
Promise Youth Could Benefit from Section 301!December 16, 2016
Wisconsin Promise Offers New Service to Address Challenging Teen BehaviorsDecember 1, 2016
Promise By the Numbers…
How Many Enrollees Expect to Live Independently?
Gender of Teen Participants
Family Members Average
606 total jobs; 465 active jobs with an average of 32 hours per week at an average of $11.40/hr
455 total jobs; 141 active jobs with an average 17 hours per week at an average of $8.30/hr