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We believe that youth, regardless of family wealth, deserve an opportunity to achieve. Higher education is a proven route to upward mobility and all of our youth deserve a chance to pursue their aspirations. Your contributions to the College Access Fund fulfills dreams, gives economic mobility by opening doors to college, meaningful careers with fruitful salaries and economic independence.
So Many Youth Need More Than Financial Aid to Succeed; All Out for Change® Fills That Critical Need
Immediate Priority Needs for College Prep Essentials & Success: As college and scholarship application season ramps up, we're raising College Access Funds for our Supplemental Scholarship Fund that helps with essentials like laptops, books, tuition gaps, meals, and transportation to and from college, essentials that tuition and housing scholarships don't include. The College Access Fund also covers 11 and 12th graders' professional development workshops and college prep and counseling workshops. Using laptops we donated they learn to do college and scholarship searches, prepare college applications and essays. Funds also cover transportation to and from the workshops and college application fees.
In Their Words - Senior Aspiration Statements
Your contribution fulfills dreams, gives economic mobility by opening doors to college, meaningful careers with fruitful salaries and economic independence:
“I attend Benjamin Banneker Academic High School and when I graduate I plan on majoring in Psychology at a university that allows me to intern. My number one school is Winston Salem University in North Carolina. After college I hope to become an intern in a program that allows insight into child development and child therapy. I want to go to college to further my education so that I will be career ready. I am most excited about learning the basics and deeper meaning behind developmental and child psychology. I am a woman of my words and determination that is able to achieve my big goals.”
“My goal after college is to be working for a major sports broadcasting company like ESPN or Sports Center. I want to be a sports journalist and have the opportunity to write for one of the companies.”
“My goal after high school is to go to college and study biochemistry to become a clinical pathologist and have the opportunity to study diseases in the human body.”
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So Many Urban, Rural, and American Indian Reservation Youth Need More Than Financial Aid to Succeed; All Out for Change® Fills That Critical Need
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