CollegeCommunityCareer currently partners with area five high schools (Spring Woods, Westchester Academy for International Studies and Northbrook High School in Spring Branch ISD; Benjamin Davis High School in Aldine ISD and Willowridge High School in Fort Bend ISD) working with students beginning in their sophomore year until they have completed a bachelorâs degree. CollegeCommunityCareerâs curriculum is based on the programâs 4 pillars, and provides organized instruction through 10th, 11th, and 12th grade. With the 4 Pillars of CollegeCommunityCareer, we seek to develop the whole student with the vision of developing an employable civically-minded, college graduate. CollegeCommunityCareer holds afterschool classes on the partnering site to ensure that students successfully engage in the program. CollegeCommunityCareer organizes mid-year workshops and summer sessions ranging from ACT/SAT preparation to essay writing to touring colleges in an effort to reinforce topics discussed in class ensuring students have continuous learning opportunities. College students meet once a semester during winter and summer breaks.
Number of Students Served:
Foundations, individuals, corporate
CollegeCommunityCareer fosters a college-going culture with low income, first generation high school students and families. We prepare students for admission to and graduation from a four year university based on these four pillars: college success, leadership development, civic engagement and career discovery.
Help low income, first generation high school students become civically minded, college graduates. Our goal is for students to find a college that fits them academically, socially and financially so they can graduate from college within 12 semesters and find a job upon graduation. We also work on the softer skills required to stay in college such as learning self advocacy skills, etiquette skills and networking skills as well as social skills.
Leadership Development, Career Discovery, Civic Engagement, Resume, Essay writing skills, SAT/ACT strategy
College and Postsecondary Planning:
High School (9-12):
Other (including military, workforce, vocational/trade school):
Hispanic/Latino (including Spain):
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White (Including Middle Eastern):