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Future Link, Inc. is  a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that changes the destination for Montgomery County youth who may lack resources or support but who are committed to overcoming the challenges they face.   Future Link helps them understand the why and how of their education and career.

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The Latest Happenings at Future Link

“I was floundering, but today my life is ‘on track’ to become an accountant. I now know how to take responsibility for my future. Future Link has given me my life back. I have a family of support."

"Everything we did in our Future Link class was strategically planned to help us start believing in ourselves and to give us the confidence to take on every opportunity that is presented to us." 


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Mentor a Future Link Student


Mentors are caring professionals who serve as positive role models and help guide our young adults to make good educational and career choices.  Many of our youth do not have access to experienced professionals who can share with them how to navigate both education and career pathways.  As a mentor, you will help a young adult (aged 18-25) set realistic, measurable, achievable goals.  You are a sounding board, an advisor, a supporter.  



"I'm so happy I found Future Link when I did...

I was heading down a dark path which I know I was not going to come out of.  A friend of mine who I used to hang out with was killed 2 days ago."

Carlos

AXEL

Yamu

Self-Sufficiency &

Economic Independence

Supporting first-generation, high potential young adults  with opportunities, resources, knowledge, skills and personalized support toachieve their education and career goals.

Since 2008, Future Link has passionately supported Montgomery County young adults, ages 18-25, through an intensive, highly-individualized model  offering mentorships, internships, scholarships, academic guidance, and marketable job skills.


Career


Mentoring


Education

Maximizing potential through targeted career and education supports