We are proud to celebrate 10 years of empowering young mothers this year! Over the last 10 years Teen Success, Inc. and its incredible supporters have impacted the lives of over 1,600 young mothers, and their children.

On March 31, 2022, we celebrated our 10th Anniversary together online.

If you missed the event, watch it now. And if you would like to contribute to the future success of young mothers, click here to make a donation now

We hope everyone enjoyed the program and felt inspired by our speakers: Author of Pregnant Girl and CEO of Generation Hope, Nicole Lynn Lewis; winner of The Hon. Teresa Guerrero-Daley Inspiration Award, Viviana Arenas; former California State Senator and Founder of Teen Success, Inc., Becky Morgan; Board Co-Chair, Madonna Bolano; and our supporters Frank Daley, Ana Robleto, and Brian and Amy Smiley.

Most importantly, we hope that we’ve reinvigorated our community to support young mothers and their children as we move into the next decade (and beyond!) under a new name, Shine. 

Teen Success, Inc. will always be part of our legacy and you’ll continue to see both Shine and Teen Success in our communications while we transition.

We are so proud of how our community has served as Teen Success, the partnerships we’ve built, and most importantly, the impact that we’ve had on the lives of young mothers and their children. We look forward to continuing this momentum and to carry on our mission:

Shine/Teen Success, Inc.’s mission is to create economic advancement for multiple generations, by partnering with young mothers to further their education, build life and career skills, and nurture their children’s development.

We invite you to learn more about our brand transition here: teensuccess.org/shine


The Ultimate High School Playlist By Teen Success
10th Anniversary Celebration Playlist Curated by Teen Success Guests and Supporters

Check out this playlist curated during the event by our guests. There’s a little bit of everything in here and songs that span decades of high school memories. If you’d like to see the list of songs, download it here.

Let us know in the comments what your favorite high school song was or your favorite moment from the event!