Need help with the college process in general?

  • Pennsylvania College Access Program
    A nonprofit statewide educational workforce development outreach program working to provide assistance to individuals completing applications for college, business and technical schools.
  • Urban League
    Working to increase the number of youth who: Go on to college or have post-secondary plan; Demonstrate work readiness and understand career pathways and options; Demonstrate leadership skills and healthy life choices; Prepare for major transitions including school, work, life.
  • Neighborhood Learning Alliance
    Programs primarily focus on academics – credit recovery, Keystone remediation, tutoring, and other forms of support and advocacy.
  • Upward Bound
    Providing fundamental support to high school students in preparation for college by giving them the edge they need to improve grades, develop social skills, and identify interests and potential career paths.
  • We Promise (African American males)
    A program uniquely designed to support African American male students by providing the resources they need to ensure they are prepared and eligible to receive a scholarship from The Pittsburgh Promise.
  • Investing Now (Pitt STEM)
    A college preparatory program created to stimulate, support, and recognize the high academic performance of pre-college students from groups that are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and mathematics majors and careers. The purpose of the program is to ensure that participants are well prepared for matriculation at the University of Pittsburgh.
  • Project Grad (Woodland Hills)
    Providing academic support through in-class and after-school tutoring; career exploration and guidance; and hands-on support through the entire college search and application process, including FAFSA completion, scholarship searches, and interpretation of financial aid packages.
  • FAME (Minorities)
    Educating scholars on strategies to meet their academic and career goals and advocating on behalf of FAME Scholars whenever necessary.
  • NEED
    Working with high school students to help them learn about career options, explore and apply to post-secondary school, research and apply for scholarships, get connected with mentors, and go on college tours.
  • Auberle Employment Institute
    Supporting our high education achievers by helping them prepare for and enroll in college.
  • Crossroads Foundation
    Making vulnerable urban adolescents into successful young scholars who are ready for college
  • Students-in-Transition Education After High School Handbook
    St. Louis Public Schools
  • Higher Education Podcasts
    National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth
  • Higher Education Helpline (1-855-446-2673 or text 335577)
    National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth
  • Life After High School
    Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
  • Homeless Youth and Higher Education
    Affordable Colleges Online
  • College Affordability Guide
  • Resource Guide for Homeless and Low Income Students
    Moneygeek
  • Six Resources for Homeless College Students
    ULoop

Category: Higher Education & Career Resources

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