The Generation Hope Program helps economically disadvantaged students advance in the classroom and in life by introducing them to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) studies through structured curriculum, field trips, programming and college preparation.
The Generation Hope Program is a 3-year college preparatory middle school education program that focuses on STEM curricula.
To nurture, empower and develop the whole child by leveraging math, science and technology with computer involvement and global awareness to brighten his or her life possibilities.
Roy C. Brooks, who serves as the Tarrant County Commissioner of Precinct 1, founded the Generation Hope Program in the fall of 2009.
Generation Hope has served over 500 low-income middle school students in Tarrant County. After 5 consecutive years of growth and success, we have expanded from 1 to 14 schools and from 25 students to well over 300 annually.
The program recently merged with TCC South Campus and became a program with the Tarrant County College District.
Our Schools and Grade Levels
The Generation Hope Program provides structured after-school programming to students in the following school districts:
Fort Worth ISD
- Benbrook Middle School 6, 7, 8
- Forest Oak Middle School 7, 8
- Glencrest Sixth Grade Center 6
- Handley Middle School 6, 7, 8
- Jacquet Martin Middle School 6, 7, 8
- McLean Sixth Grade Center 6
- McLean Middle School 7, 8
- Morningside Middle School 6, 7, 8
- Young Men’s Leadership Academy 6, 7, 8
- David L. Walker Intermediate 6
- Crowley Middle School 7, 8
- H.F. Stevens Middle School 7, 8
- Johnson Sixth Grade Center 6
- Baxter Jr. High 7, 8
Erika Zimmermann, Coordinator of Community Outreach
5301 Campus Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76119
Updated November 22, 2019