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Fast Forward Re-engagement Center

“Fast forward to high school success, fast track to your career!” The Fast Forward Re-engagement Center (FFRC) specifically targets students who have disconnected from high school. FFRC provides one central location in a safe space for students and families to access the resources and coaching needed to re-enroll in school and get back on track to graduation. Established in 2001 and nationally recognized as a one-of-a-kind resource center for out-of-school youth, the FFRC connects with students and families by listening and offering support to help them get back on track for graduation.  This is a county-wide collaborative partnership with traditional and non-traditional schools, as well as, community organizations and youth workforce development agencies throughout Montgomery County.

The FFRC assists youth ages 15 – 24, who are out of school, not attending regularly or credit deficient to identify a best fit academic option to complete their high school credential and career pathway.

It begins with listening … through conversation with certified staff as the students share their story.  We help students determine which educational pathway is best for them, whether it’s a high school in their district or an alternative school/academic program. The FFRC annually assist over 300 students, connecting them with appropriate school placement and resource referrals, while providing coaching support for student success.

The FFRC maintains an open-door policy. Students and families are welcome to call the FFRC at 937-512-3278 or drop in to the center, located 1133 Edwin C. Moses Blvd, Suite 250, Dayton, Ohio, 45417.

Center Services:

  • Outreach, assessments, and coaching
  • Referral to traditional, alternative school, or credit recovery programs; tutorial, ACT/SAT, and state mandated testing intervention and preparation
  • Academic coaching for post-secondary and/or career pathway placement
  • Assist students to re-engage in a best fit high school or alternative program
  • Referral to 22+ high school diploma and/or GED program
  • Follow-up with students after placement
  • Connections to community support services
  • Professional Development
    • Resiliency assessment & curriculum training
    • Best Strategies to Build a Credit Recovery Program

Collaborative Partnerships (Schools/Academic Programs)

Community Resources

 

Location & Directions

The Fast Forward Center is located in The Job Center (Mall side) at 1133 Edwin C. Moses Boulevard, Dayton Suite 250.

SOUTHBOUND 75: Take Third St./Salem Ave. exit to the right and turn right onto Third St.  At the next light turn left onto Edwin C. Moses Blvd. The Job Center is on right.

NORTHBOUND 75: Take Edwin C. Moses Blvd. exit and turn right onto Edwin C. Moses. Job Center is on left.

WESTBOUND 35: Take Perry/Ludlow St. exit (far left lane). At the exit turn right. Left on Washington St. Go over the bridge and left onto Edwin C. Moses Blvd. Job Center is on right.

EASTBOUND 35: Take 75-S exit and immediately take the Stewart St. exit. From exit turn left onto Stewart Street. Left on Edwin C. Moses. Job Center is on right.

 
Finding Fast Forward Center at The Job Center

As you approach the building from the large parking lot in front, enter by the door that is bordered in ORANGE. Go through the glass doors, continue straight ahead to the wooden doors, and go to the end of the (YELLOW) hallway to the last office on the left, Suite 250.

RTA Bus Routes to The Job Center: Bus #9, #19, #22

2017-2018/2018-2019 Annual Report