A free Java coding bootcamp known as DEVELOP(her) is an innovative program designed to increase the number of women in the tech industry. Women hold only a quarter of IT jobs, and we are focused on closing that gap.
In February 2015, Ferris was proud to announce the generous gift given by Phil and Jocelyn Hagerman. The Hagerman family has a rich history with Ferris State, as three generations became pharmacy graduates at Ferris.
A summer grant from the Hagerman Foundation helped make it possible for hundreds of high school students to participate in TeenQuest, a free pre-employment and leadership training program administered by the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce.
Imagine if you had to disperse medicine to 40 children, up to four times a day. Whaley Children’s Center does just that; which is why they applied for a grant from the Hagerman Foundation to help make this process run smoother and safer for all the children and staff.
“Arts are the Heart” is a series of themed music, art, creation stations and performers providing a consistent avenue of accelerating art and culture in downtown Fenton, put on by The Fenton Arts Council. The Hagerman Foundation was proud to be a part of bringing the community together.
The Hagerman Foundation believes in the work that Shirley Cochran and her team at Motherly Intercession are doing every day to make a difference in the life of a child with an incarcerated parent. The vision Cochran has for Motherly Intercession is “for the children of incarcerated parents to realize […]
The Hagerman Foundation looks to empower youth no matter what their circumstances may be. Genesee Valley Regional Center (GVRC) is a short-term youth detention facility in Flint, MI. We awarded a grant in 2016 to the GVRC Shared Arts program, which allows detained youth to feel they have a voice.