College fly-in programs provide high school students with a free opportunity to tour colleges around the country. Here, Juan shares the life-changing experience he had on five fly-in trips this fall, after his Fulfillment Fund college counselor encouraged him to pursue the opportunity.
Thanks to a Fulfillment Fund partnership with the Michael Brownstein Foundation, Jahaira is taking a “gap year” before becoming the first in her family to go to college.
As they graduated high school this past June, the five members of Girl Scout Troop 5785 of Manhattan Beach wanted to help other students realize the dream of a higher education.
Fulfillment Fund high school seniors, college counselors, and College Access Program advisors have been very busy working on college applications.
Yolande Jeune, a Fulfillment Fund College Access Program (CAP) advisor, shares her experience as the Fulfillment Fund partners with Clark County School District to help more than 300 Las Vegas students overcome obstacles to pursue higher education.
Thirty-three students just traveled with the Fulfillment Fund to Northern California to visit ten colleges. Here's what some of our students had to say about this life-changing experience:
Our intensive weeklong college trip is designed to broaden students' horizons and inspire them to believe that college is a reality.
More than $2 million was raised to support the Fulfillment Fund's life-changing college access programs at the 18th annual STARS Gala at the Beverly Hilton on Oct. 24, 2012.
At USC on Saturday, Oct. 13, we had a record turn-out at our 16th annual day of workshops to prepare our students, parents, and mentors for the college process.
Nefara Riesch, a Fulfillment Fund College Access Program (CAP) advisor, shares her experience presenting the "Overcoming Obstacles" lesson.