Cosentino joins Chester County Futures

Chester County Futures’ New Director of Student Programs Giselle Cosentino .

EXTON — Giselle Cosentino has been named the new Director of  Student Programs for Chester County Futures.

Cosentino brings nearly 20 years of experience both working and volunteering in non-profit organizations across the country and an extensive educational background to Chester County Futures (Futures).

Organization leaders cited her passion for education and work with underserved youth as aligning closely with Futures’ mission to provide academic, mentoring and scholarship support to motivated middle and high school students of limited financial means.

“I am looking forward to working with the outstanding staff, volunteers, and students, at Chester County Futures.  Together we can break down the barriers to post-secondary education,”  Cosentino said.

In her new role, she said plans to reinforce and supplement Futures’ current middle school and high school curricula to help create a more meaningful and impactful experience for Futures’ students.  Her goal, she said, is to foster community relationships and collaboration which she believes will generate a renewed sense of community engagement among students, staff and volunteers.

Prior to accepting the position of Director of Student Programs she served as the Education Director for the Brandywine and Red Clay Valley Associations in West Chester for eight years.  Cosentino is an active volunteer in the community and serves on the Modena Borough Council and on the Board of the Chester County Fund for Women and Girls.

Chester County Futures is a non-profit organization that works with students in the following five school districts: Coatesville, Kennett Consolidated, Phoenixville, Oxford, and West Chester.  One hundred percent of the students that continue with Futures graduate high school on time and 90% continue their education beyond high school.

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