The United Way of Mifflin-Juniata helps children and youth achieve their potential through education by providing resources that promote life-long learning.
The Community Education Program provides a weekly after-school program that reinforces mannerly behavior, encourages curiosity, promotes lifetime learning and educates through experience while strengthening a connection to their local community.
The Community Connections program promotes self-advocacy and encourages self-efficacy in all endeavors of everyday life for persons with disability.
The Bridges Program is a one-on-one teaching and mentoring program presenting classes about healthy pregnancy, good parenting skills, healthy relationships and life skills.
The Children's Programming promotes early literacy skills in children through the summer reading program and year round story time.
The Positive Youth Development program helps young men and women develop into service oriented, law abiding and productive adults.
Raising Readers provides six early literacy programs for children from birth to age 5.
The Success By 6 program coordinates the activities between early childhood organizations and school districts.