College Education

Statistics have shown that having a college degree is the pathway to fight poverty where college graduates earn over 50% more than those who only have a high school degree. Unfortunately, few can afford a college education due to the expenses associated with rental, expenses, and loss of income. We work with private and public institutions, educators, and policy makers to make public colleges and universities affordable by supplementing low-income students to achieve degree completion. We link potential college student's candidates with advisors and educators in order to find the best suitable plan to attend and be successful at the college levels. We have experienced councilors able to bridge and link students with potential sponsors. We have support groups of volunteers helping student be ready for college, supplied with the tools to succeed at the college level and in a career after graduation.