Welcome to Voice of Hope!

Main Campus Cohort Programs

A “cohort” is a group of our VOH scholars (of a similar age) engaging in specific curricula and activities.

This program will primarily serve middle school girls to help develop their natural talents and interests in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and more.

Voice of Hope is partnering with the Southern Methodist University Lyle school of Engineering who will provide instruction for select classes.

Details coming soon!

Complete the online application here


Complete the application

Voice of Hope's REDEEMING Stem program is offered at our Main Campus in West Dallas. Programming includes instruction in a specific area with experts in th field, snacks and meals, and spiritually uplifting Biblical studies. Once your application is complete, the programs team will be in touch to process your enrollment.

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COHORTs are $60 for the first scholar for a six week session. Save time and automatically schedule your payments.
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of Cohorts

Voice of Hope Ministries brand new Cohort out-of-school-time program at our Main Campus in West Dallas!

The program is based on a “cohort” model; students will be members of small groups of no more than 10, and they will work together with their fellow cohort members to reach their goals experiencing STEM activities and career fields, completing challenges, and having fun exploring their world! Students will have “Voice and Choice” in deciding which projects and challenges to take on, and they will be guided by a team of teachers and volunteers towards learning more about their subjects of interest and seeing their projects through from start to finish.
Scholars will meet and get to hear from professionals in their fields, and they will participate in other activities that will expose them to future career possibilities. Students will learn about the intersection between the Bible, the Christian faith, and the scientific enterprise; they will be strengthened academically while also being encouraged to expand their horizons towards future possibilities.