Fulfillment Fund’s programs focus on four major areas of college access and success: building pathways to college, helping students navigate educational barriers, creating support networks, and empowering future leaders. Click on or hover over a program area below to learn more about the wide array of Fulfillment Fund services we offer to students at our partner schools.
Delivered in the classroom during the regular school day, we focus on high school graduation including A-G course completion, college planning, self-advocacy and empowerment, financial literacy, practical life skills, and career attainment.
Our counseling sessions help students ensure they are completing all requisite coursework, learn about financial assistance such as aid and scholarships, and determine the colleges and universities that best match their educational goals.
This online approach gives students access to a compelling and user-friendly suite of college access workshops, educational games, resources, and videos.
Our Transfer Scholars Program guides prospective and current community college students towards a transfer path through a series of key activities scheduled over a period of three years.
As a part of our College Access Program, our trained staff familiarizes students with financial aid terms, the application process, and responsible borrowing through student loans.
To help our students to envision themselves in a university environment, our staff of college counselors accompanies students on both local daylong and overnight trips to college campuses throughout the school year.
Our ACT Preparation workshops, through a partnership with Streamline Prep, provide students with an extensive overview of the central concepts in the ACT as well as helpful hands-on test-taking experiences.
Many Fulfillment Fund students share that the cost of attending college is a huge barrier to getting a college degree. Through scholarships, textbook stipends, and internship training and support, Fulfillment Fund’s scholarship program directly helps students overcome this challenge.
Students’ mentors serve as positive role models to provide long-term guidance, empower them to achieve their academic dreams, and help their middle or high school students make important life decisions.
Each year we bring on a cohort scholarship students who are matched with a professional mentor. These scholars participate in a 6-month series of touch points which prepare them to apply for internships and entry level jobs.
Men Creating Change aims to develop exemplary male leaders to transform their communities and break down cultural, financial, and economic barriers and confront gendered expectations to help them reach college and succeed.
Our REAL Program (Resilient, Empowered, Ambitious Ladies) seeks to empower young women of color to become self-advocates, grow as leaders in their communities, and succeed in their academic and professional endeavors.
Through a partnership with UCLA Medical Center, we expose students to careers and opportunities in STEM fields. Students get real-life lab experience, which is critical as many of our partner schools do not have working labs.