Preparing Students for their Future Learning and Career Goals

Supporting families and helping students gain the skills and vision for their future is a unique and important role for our community. Champions For Learning works with the community, connecting them directly with students in support of college and career readiness.

  • Volunteer models: volunteer models range from 1-on-1 and group mentoring, to leading workshops, to providing feedback on student resumes and personal statements.
  • Community-based programming and training: Specific initiatives are developed to help thousands of students focus on the tasks they need to accomplish in order to achieve their future goals.
  • Access to financial resources: CFL leads collaborative county-wide efforts to increase completion rates for the Free Application of Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Champions College & Career program

Champions For Learning College and Career Prep Program (CCP): Eligible 10th grade students from public or independent high schools may apply for this college and career preparation program. The CCP program will equip students for their future learning and career goals. Once in the CCP program, students are eligible to apply for CFL college scholarship programs; they participate in group mentoring and work with a professional College Success Coach.

Take Stock in Children

Champions For Learning’s Take Stock in Children Program: Eighth-grade student with economic need, may apply to this program.  The program offers students a caring volunteer mentor, a professional College Success Coach, College Readiness support, and upon successful completion and participation in the TSIC program, students earn a two-year state college scholarship.

Student Resources

Learn more about the many resources that families and students will find useful as they strive to find their pathway and accomplish their future goals.

Our Impact

students served through programs and outreach
college acceptances (90 seniors)
volunteer hours
in scholarship offers (90 seniors)

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