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 enrolled at partner schools.
Our college access advisors reach high school students by leading curriculum-based lessons covering college planning, self-advocacy, financial literacy, completing the classes necessary for college acceptance, and more.
Our College Counselors provide in-depth counseling sessions, guiding students as they complete requisite coursework, explore and understand financial aid options, determine their best-fit colleges, prepare personal statements and submit college applications.
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.
Destination College+ is Fulfillment Fund’s signature, college access and success event. This event includes college prep workshops, speakers, a campus tour, a college fair, and more.
Students get a first-hand look at college life as we accompany them on trips to schools across California to help envision themselves in a university environment.
This summer workshop prepares newly graduated students for their first year at college and helps increase persistence, whether they are attending a local two-year school or traveling out of state.
We offer our high school graduates access to our College Success Program, increasing their chances of obtaining their four-year degree, two-year degree or certificate, or transferring to a four-year institution.
Our Fulfillment Fund Scholarship aids students in their four-year college goals, while 30 more two-year college-bound students earn stipends. Through scholarships, textbook stipends, and internship training and support, our scholarship program directly helps students overcome this challenge.
Our peer mentoring program pairs first- and second-year college students with third-, fourth-, and fifth-year students at their college campus, who help provide a sense of belonging and community.
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.
With an increasingly competitive job market, we help our students explore career pathways and graduate programs related to their interests and degrees. Our events feature panelists who offer practical career navigation tips that students can interact with.