Students will be prepared for life after high school, and students will have a defined college path. Students will receive help filling out college application and financial aid we want to make sure that students are well prepared for higher education. We will make sure to offer students SAT/ ACT tutoring, before the exam in the fall. We will take students on college field trips so that they can get a feel of the campus climate and culture. Students will understand what campus culture and climates are on different variations of college campuses.
● Apply for college, Fafsa, and Scholarships
● Take 3 campus tours ( Fall, Spring, Summer)
● Prepare for the SAT/ ACT
● Set up college emails
● Learn how to do resume/ cover letters
● Get letter of recommendations
1. Appropriate and respectable volumes
2. No food or drinks during in-person participation forums
3. No plagiarism
4. Respect the confidentiality of other participants
5. Practice appropriate boundaries
6. Minimum of 1x a week face to face check-in with Advisor
Bridge Builders to the New Generation Scopes of Services 4
7. Minimum of 3.5 hours a week of after-school curriculum participation on any outlet
We will help students with college application fees, letting them know all the requirements, we want the students to apply to the college that they want to go to.
College field trips:
We will take students on 3 college tours throughout the school year. We will take trips to local community college, California State University, University of California.
A month before the fall SAT exam we will have three dates, and bring in instructors to run an 18 hour SAT prep for the students. (weekends will be in October)
Weekly meeting A-G requirement:
Students will meet with me to make sure they are on the right track in order to go to college
Students will have to complete 20 hours of community service. As a nonprofit organization we will be having events in the community. We expect students to be there and ready to serve.
Several studies have shown that completing rigorous academic curricula in high school and providing students with opportunities to learn about colleges, financial aid, and campus life helps students overcome socioeconomic disadvantages. Preparing more completely for college in high school tends to result in increased college completion rates. Bridge Builders to the New Generation college readiness provides fundamental support to participants in their preparation for college entrance. The program provides opportunities for participants to succeed in their pre-college performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits. The goal of this program is to increase the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of post-secondary education. Choosing a college, applying, securing financial aid, and then adjusting to college life require a tremendous amount of specialized knowledge. This knowledge includes matching personal interests with college majors and programs; understanding federal and individual college financial aid programs and how and when to complete appropriate forms; registering for, preparing for, and taking required admissions exams; applying to college on time and submitting all necessary information; and, perhaps most important, understanding how the culture of college is different from that of high school.