College Bound, a program of Just in Time for Foster Youth empowers students to compete & graduate by providing laptops, printers, books, dorm & school supplies, as well as crucial encouragement.

ACE Scholars Services (Cal State San Marcos)

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ACE Scholars Services is a top-tier campus support program for former foster youth. A stand allow program with four professional staff housed in its own center with a computer lab & lounge.

Description of Services:
ACE Scholars Services is a top-tier campus support program for former foster youth. A stand allow program with four professional staff housed in its own center with a computer lab & lounge. The program motto is “Others look at where you came from – Look at where you are going.”

Program Details and Benefits:
-The Jan & Esther Stearns Center for ACE Scholars Services is for the 60 plus former foster youth in the program.
-ACE has a noncompetitive application and guarantees admission for foster youth from San Diego and Riverside counties who meet the minimum CSU eligibility admissions criteria.
-Individual consultation and exception consideration for transfer students.
-Year-round, fully furnished apartment style residential facilities with swimming pool, game room and more
-Single room/lower cost THP+FC option available
-On-campus Working-Scholarship employment and community –based summer internships opportunities available.
-Personal support throughout the CSU admissions process
-Personal assistance in navigating the financial aid process
-Financial assistance for textbooks
-Emergency financial assistance
-Priority class registration and advising
-Recreational events

Additional Information:
Office located in Craven Hall 3400.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.csusm.edu/ace

333 S Twin Oaks Valley Rd
San Marcos, 92096-0001

(760) 750-4223

ace@csusm.edu

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Backpack to Success Gift Card Program (John Burton Foundation)

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This program searches for retail stores who provide life necessities and school supplies for foster youth attending school around the State and purchases gift cards to distribute to them so that they can have the necessary tools to start off their new life in college.

Description of Services:
This program searches for retail stores who provide life necessities and school supplies for foster youth attending school around the State and purchases gift cards to distribute to them so that they can have the necessary tools to start off their new life in college. For further details on eligibility and what will be distributed for the next academic year, please contact our office.

Additional Information:
Each year, at the beginning of the school year, notices are distributed to CA colleges and universities to inform administrators working with foster youth about this program.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.johnburtonfoundation.org/jla/index.php/component/content/article?id=216

235 Montgomery Street, Suite 1142
San Francisco, 94104

(415) 348-0011

info@johnburtonfoundation.org

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Board of Governors Waiver (BOGW)

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For eligible California residents, the California Community Colleges Board of Governors (BOG) Fee Waiver permits enrollment fees to be waived. Many California community colleges offer online BOG Fee Waiver applications through CCCApply.

Description of Services:
For eligible California residents, the California Community Colleges Board of Governors (BOG) Fee Waiver permits enrollment fees to be waived. Many California community colleges offer online BOG Fee Waiver applications through CCCApply.

Additional Information:
When you use these financial aid online applications, the data you’ve entered in CCCApply will be transferred automatically, making your financial aid application much easier and faster.

For Detailed Information:
http://home.cccapply.org/money/bog-fee-waiver

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Bookrenter

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Since launching the first textbook rental site in 2006, BookRenter has never wavered from our mission to make education more affordable for all students. Every day, we focus on delivering students the best prices, the most flexible options, and the best service on earth.

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Since launching the first textbook rental site in 2006, BookRenter has never wavered from our mission to make education more affordable for all students. Every day, we focus on delivering students the best prices, the most flexible options, and the best service on earth.

BookRenter offers the widest variety of benefits for all your textbook rentals:
– Free standard shipping on orders over $25
– Free 21-day rental return policy · Rock bottom prices
– 5 flexible rental periods and you can write or highlight in your rentals

For Detailed Information:
http://www.bookrenter.com/rent_textbooks

1200 Park Place, Suite #250
San Mateo, 94403

(650) 288-3500

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Burton Book Fund (John Burton Foundation)

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Through this event and other contributions raised, up to $500 is allocated for foster youth enrolled in CA colleges and universities taking at least 9 units of credit.

Description of Services:
Through this event and other contributions raised, up to $500 is allocated for foster youth enrolled in CA colleges and universities taking at least 9 units of credit.

Additional Information:
The book fund has proven to be one of the most utilized programs offered by the John Burton Foundation and with continue support, we hope to help new generations of foster youth entering college.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.johnburtonfoundation.org/jla/index.php/component/content/article?id=218

235 Montgomery Street, Suite 1142
San Francisco, 94104

(415) 348-0011

info@johnburtonfoundation.org

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Cal-SOAP

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Cal-SOAP provides information about postsecondary education and financial aid to elementary through high school students while raising their academic achievement levels.

Description of Services:
Cal-SOAP provides information about postsecondary education and financial aid to elementary through high school students while raising their academic achievement levels. In particular, Cal-SOAP is committed to providing services to students from any of the following backgrounds:

-Low income families
-Families in which they would be the first to attend college
-Schools with documented low eligibility or college participation rates or
-Geographic areas with documented low eligibility or college participation rates

Additional Information:
Working under the direction of the California Student Aid Commission, the California Student Opportunity and Access Program (Cal-SOAP) has represented the educational community throughout the state since 1978. The program is operated in partnership with the University of California system, the California State University system, local non-profit agencies and public elementary and secondary school districts. The San Diego and Imperial Counties Cal-SOAP Consortium is one of the largest of the sixteen Cal-SOAP consortia throughout the state. In recent years, the consortium has expanded to serve North San Diego County as well as the entire Imperial County area. With this expansion effort, the San Diego and Imperial Counties Consortium offers a broad range of services tailored specifically to serve both urban and rural populations in one central and two satellite locations.

For Detailed Information:
http://sandiegocalsoap.com/

6735 Gifford Way, Room 14
San Diego, 92111

(858) 569-1866

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California Chafee Grant for Foster Youth

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The Chafee Grant (ETV) is federal and state funded with a current minimum Chafee Grant amount of $5,000 per academic year, not to exceed cost of attendance.

Description of Services:
The Chafee Grant (ETV) is federal and state funded with a current minimum Chafee Grant amount of $5,000 per academic year, not to exceed cost of attendance. The final award amount will be determined based on the college of attendance and enrollment status. If you are or were in foster care and have financial need, you may qualify for up to $5,000 a year for career and technical training or college. You don’t have to pay this money back.

Additional Information:
You may also be able to use your grant to help pay for child care, transportation and rent while you’re in school. You can use your Chafee Grant at any eligible California college or university or career or technical school, as well as schools in other states. Mailing Address for California Chafee Grant Program below.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.chafee.csac.ca.gov/

P.O. Box 419029
Rancho Cordova, 95741

(888) 224-7268

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California College Pathways

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There are many financial aid options out there to help you get through college, including scholarships, grants, tuition-waivers, loans and work-study. Some of them are specifically for foster youth, like the Chafee Grants. The following are some frequently asked questions about financial aid with answers, along with information and resources about financial aid options, to help get you started in finding ways to pay for school.

Description of Services:
There are many financial aid options out there to help you get through college, including scholarships, grants, tuition-waivers, loans and work-study. Some of them are specifically for foster youth, like the Chafee Grants. The following are some frequently asked questions about financial aid with answers, along with information and resources about financial aid options, to help get you started in finding ways to pay for school.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.cacollegepathways.org/financial-aid-options-foster-youth

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California Colleges EDU

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Description of Services: CaliforniaColleges.edu is the one-stop website for information about higher education in California for students, counselors, and parents. CaliforniaColleges.edu includes the following features: Explore Colleges and Careers 1) Explore the full range of accredited public and non-profit colleges and universities in California and nationwide 2) Determine the careers that best match your skills […]

Description of Services:
CaliforniaColleges.edu is the one-stop website for information about higher education in California for students, counselors, and parents. CaliforniaColleges.edu includes the following features:

Explore Colleges and Careers
1) Explore the full range of accredited public and non-profit colleges and universities in California and nationwide
2) Determine the careers that best match your skills and interests
3) Match schools and majors with your career interests

Plan and Pay for College
1) See which high school classes are needed to meet admission requirements
2) Learn about ways to pay for college
3) Create a personal portfolio to track your college planning

College Admissions
1) Gather information about the admission requirements at all California colleges and universities
2) Apply online to many of the colleges and universities in California

For Detailed Information:
http://californiacolleges.edu/

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Career and Education Center at St. Vincent de Paul

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The Career & Education Center provides professional skills training and job-seeking support to enable residents to secure permanent employment with local businesses. Clients on Career Track receive both education and training to compete in today’s rapidly evolving workplaces. Our Job Developer creates long-term partnerships with employers to ensure solid matches and ongoing support of the clients.

Description of Services:
The Career & Education Center provides professional skills training and job-seeking support to enable residents to secure permanent employment with local businesses. Clients on Career Track receive both education and training to compete in today’s rapidly evolving workplaces. Our Job Developer creates long-term partnerships with employers to ensure solid matches and ongoing support of the clients. If vocational training is needed the program can assist with funds for tuition, books and transportation to class. Specialized job training in our popular Culinary Arts Program (link to CAP page) is also available. A Community College instructor is on site daily at our program to teach Adult Education and GED classes. In addition CEC instructors, interns and volunteers (link to volunteer page) teach financial management classes, computer classes including Microsoft Word, internet skills, keyboarding and computer essentials and other life skills courses.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.svdpv.org/transhousing.html?tabinterfaceid=7#tab6

1501 Imperial Avenue
San Diego, 92101

(619) 233-8500

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Change A Life Foundation

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You may file your scholarship application between Dec. 1 and March 15.

Description of Services:
You may file your scholarship application between Dec. 1 and March 15.

Additional Information:
Contact Cat Gomez-Holly

For Detailed Information:
http://changealife.org/

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Change a Life Foundation’s Scholarship

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Change a Life Foundation’s Scholarship Program is designed to bridge the financial gap for college-bound students. Scholarships assist economically disadvantaged students who excel academically to attend the university or college of their choice.

Description of Services:
Change a Life Foundation’s Scholarship Program is designed to bridge the financial gap for college-bound students. Scholarships assist economically disadvantaged students who excel academically to attend the university or college of their choice. Scholarships are awarded up to $5,000 for unmet university expenses in the areas of tuition, housing, meal plan, books, and health insurance.

Recipients are either:
Graduating public high school seniors in L.A, S.D. and Orange Counties, or emancipated/ foster youth residing in California, as a graduating H.S senior or a student attending community college transfering to a 4 year university

For Detailed Information:
http://changealife.org/scholarship-program/

(949) 788-9999

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College Bound (Just In Time)

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JIT actively recruits high school seniors in the foster care system or former foster youth who are continuing their education through our partnerships with numerous community agencies. If you are in need of a laptop, printer, school supplies, or someone to provide an encouraging voice for your college career, apply for our Annual College Bound award and join the fun!

Description of Services:
JIT actively recruits high school seniors in the foster care system or former foster youth who are continuing their education through our partnerships with numerous community agencies. If you are in need of a laptop, printer, school supplies, or someone to provide an encouraging voice for your college career, apply for our Annual College Bound award and join the fun! If you are a high school senior graduating in 2015 and will be attending a community college or four year university you can APPLY!

To qualify, you must be:
1) A former foster youth/AB12 youth between 18–26 years old
2) Enrolled at least part time 6 units at a four-year/two-year college for Summer/Fall
3) Have a Cumulative GPA of 2.0+ for high school graduate or continuing student

For Detailed Information:
https://jitfosteryouth.org/collegebound/

4560 Alvarado Canyon Rd Ste 2G
San Diego CA 92120

(619) 770-1850

felicia@jitfosteryouth.org

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College Planning (CSUMENTOR)

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CSUMentor is a website designed to help students and their families learn about the California State University (CSU) system. The CSU is comprised of 23 excellent campuses. CSUMentor assists students in planning for college, in selecting the appropriate CSU campus to attend, in planning how to finance their education, and in applying for admission.

Description of Services:
CSUMentor is a website designed to help students and their families learn about the California State University (CSU) system. The CSU is comprised of 23 excellent campuses. CSUMentor assists students in planning for college, in selecting the appropriate CSU campus to attend, in planning how to finance their education, and in applying for admission.

Additional Information:
Information in this section is divided according to your education level or specific program interest. Offers college planning to and in: middle school/high school students, transfers, graduate, international, eop and teaching credentials.

For Detailed Information:
http://csumentor.edu/Planning/

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CollegeBoard

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The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the College Board was created to expand access to higher education. Today, the membership association is made up of over 6,000 of the world’s leading educational institutions and is dedicated to promoting excellence and equity in education.

Description of Services:
The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity.

Founded in 1900, the College Board was created to expand access to higher education. Today, the membership association is made up of over 6,000 of the world’s leading educational institutions and is dedicated to promoting excellence and equity in education.

Each year, the College Board helps more than seven million students prepare for a successful transition to college through programs and services in college readiness and college success — including the SAT and the Advanced Placement Program. The organization also serves the education community through research and advocacy on behalf of students, educators and schools.

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CollegeGrants.org

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Students are highly encouraged to seek the assistance of federal, state and local grant programs that offer financial aid. Unlike a student loan, these grants do not have to be repaid and are indicative of an ever-increasing awareness that the future economy – and overall social infrastructure of a nation – depends on the best education opportunities for all young adults.

Description of Services:
No student should ever be denied the opportunity to pursue a degree from a higher education institution. Unfortunately, it is becoming increasingly difficult for students and their families to pay the exorbitant cost of tuition, room and board, and necessary expenditures.

In 2011 the price of a two-semester or three-quarter college year is rising above $20,000 for private schools, approaching $12,000 annually for public universities and more than $5,000 per year for community colleges and trade schools.

Students are highly encouraged to seek the assistance of federal, state and local grant programs that offer financial aid. Unlike a student loan, these grants do not have to be repaid and are indicative of an ever-increasing awareness that the future economy – and overall social infrastructure of a nation – depends on the best education opportunities for all young adults.

One of the major problems students and their families have with financial aid programs is how to get the process started. The task can seem formidable, but there are plenty of resources available to help in finding out the details of a specific grant opportunity.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.collegegrants.org/california-college-grants.html

info@collegegrants.org

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Cuyamaca Community College

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Since 1978, Cuyamaca College has provided a solid education to students, whether they’re beginning their university degree at Cuyamaca, returning to school to launch a career or to acquire new skills or enrolling in an innovative occupational program.

Description of Services:
Since 1978, Cuyamaca College has provided a solid education to students, whether they’re beginning their university degree at Cuyamaca, returning to school to launch a career or to acquire new skills or enrolling in an innovative occupational program. With its vision of “Learning for the Future,” Cuyamaca College offers a wide scope of challenging courses, from drafting technology and child development to paralegal training, from computer and information science or ornamental horticulture to automotive technology. With 81 degree programs and 66 certificates offered at Cuyamaca College, learning opportunities abound under the tutelage of highly-qualified, dynamic instructors imbued with a love of teaching.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.cuyamaca.edu/

900 Rancho San Diego Parkway
El Cajon, 92019

(619) 660‐4000

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EOP / EOPS (CSU Mentor)

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The Educational Opportunity Program is designed to improve access and retention of historically low-income and educationally disadvantaged students. EOP students have the potential and demonstrated motivation to perform satisfactorily at a CSU, but they have not been able to realize their potential because of their economic or educational background.

Description of Services:
The Educational Opportunity Program is designed to improve access and retention of historically low-income and educationally disadvantaged students. EOP students have the potential and demonstrated motivation to perform satisfactorily at a CSU, but they have not been able to realize their potential because of their economic or educational background.

Additional Information:
The program provides admission and academic assistance to EOP-eligible undergraduate students. In many cases, the program offers financial assistance to eligible students. Campuses tailor their programs to accommodate the needs of their student population.

For Detailed Information:
http://secure.csumentor.edu/planning/eop/

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FACE: Fostering Access to College Education

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“FACE: Fostering Access to College Education” its purpose is to provide college enrollment resource information to San Diego County youth in out-of-home care.

Description of Services:
“FACE: Fostering Access to College Education” its purpose is to provide college enrollment resource information to San Diego County youth in out-of-home care.

“Out-of-home care youth” include current and former foster youth, homeless youth, youth in legal guardianship, and youth living with kinship caregivers. FACE also promotes the development of a college-going culture among families caring for youth living out of their homes of origin.

Additional Information:
Provides additional information on website:About FACE/HomeCA Universities w/ FY Support Programs, Community Colleges in SD County, Contact Us, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), Kinship/Foster Parent Info, Kinship Caregiver $ for College, Money for College for Foster Youth, Resources for College Admission, SAT & ACT registration & fee waivers.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.faceyourfuturesandiego.org/

joanne@faceyourfuturesandiego.org

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Fast Web

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Fastweb is the premier online resource for paying and preparing for college. Since 1995, we have excelled in providing students with the resources to realize their educational pursuits, from the time they begin their college search in high school, to the day they land their first job after graduation.

Description of Services:
Fastweb is the premier online resource for paying and preparing for college.

Since 1995, we have excelled in providing students with the resources to realize their educational pursuits, from the time they begin their college search in high school, to the day they land their first job after graduation.

Additional Information:
Fastweb members are matched to relevant scholarship opportunities completely free of charge. With roughly 1.5 million scholarships worth more than $3.4 billion, there are scholarships for every student’s educational goals, activities and interests. Additionally, Fastweb members can depend on us for insider financial aid tips, advice on high school and college life, as well as job and internship matches in their area. Our success stems from our commitment to empower students’ lives through information and innovation, creating an environment in which the scholarship and financial aid industry is better defined and more attainable.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.fastweb.com/

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Foster Care to Success (FC2S)

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FC2S partners with organizations, foundations, and individuals to deliver scholarships to foster youth across the country. With this funding and our support, hundreds of young people reach their educational goals every year.

Description of Services:
FC2S partners with organizations, foundations, and individuals to deliver scholarships to foster youth across the country. With this funding and our support, hundreds of young people reach their educational goals every year.

Additional Information:
Approximate deadline is Mar. 31–check website for updates. OFA serves foster teens throughout the country and provides college scholarships.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.fc2success.org/programs/scholarships-and-grants/

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Foster the Students

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Foster the Students is a non-profit student organization at UCSD that advocates for foster youth awareness all throughout campus. Foster the Students is a safe sanctuary not only for foster youth but also (for any student who feel they are in need of extra support to rely on that is all-inclusive and not judgemental) to those students who felt they really never had real parents.

Description of Services:
Foster the Students is a non-profit student organization at UCSD that advocates for foster youth awareness all throughout campus. Foster the Students is a safe sanctuary not only for foster youth but also (for any student who feel they are in need of extra support to rely on that is all-inclusive and not judgmental) to those students who felt they really never had real parents. We also welcome anyone who is interested in working with foster youth to join. This organization is meant to be a family dedicated in loving and supporting each other through our college years and beyond. It is a family that can and will be used as resources and networking. It is an org driven by passion, will, and determination! This will be a place you can call home because you do not need to hide who you really are. We will get to know each other at a personal level and establish an everlasting bond of family.

Additional Information:
Anyone is eligible to join this organization however, membership is limited to the undergraduate or graduate students at the University of California San Diego. There will be no dues or obligations required in order to be apart of this organization.

For Detailed Information:
http://rangiroa.ucsd.edu/studentorgregistration/RdOnlyDetail.aspx?data=6080

9500 Gilman Dr
San Diego, 92093

raulenciso77@gmail.com

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Foster Youth and Homeless Education Services (San Diego County Office of Education)

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The San Diego County Office of Education’s Foster Youth Services Program responds to, assists, and empowers all systems that support foster youth in achieving academic success. FYS programs are designed to prepare foster youth to become successful, self-sufficient and independent adults.

Description of Services:
The San Diego County Office of Education’s Foster Youth Services Program responds to, assists, and empowers all systems that support foster youth in achieving academic success. FYS programs are designed to prepare foster youth to become successful, self-sufficient and independent adults.

Programs and services offered:
College Connection, FY-SIS, School Success, Tutoring Michelle Lustig​, Ed.D., MSW, PPS, Manager

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sdcoe.net/student-services/student-support/Pages/foster-youth-homeless-education-services.aspx

3878 Old Town Ave., Suite 200
San Diego, 92103

(619) 683-9340 x31

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Foster Youth Scholars (California College Pathways)

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California College Pathways provides resources and leadership to campuses and community organizations to help foster youth succeed at community colleges, vocational schools, and four-year universities.

Description of Services:
California College Pathways provides resources and leadership to campuses and community organizations to help foster youth succeed at community colleges, vocational schools, and four-year universities.

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By engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education, California College Pathways is helping foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.cacollegepathways.org/foster-youth-scholars

235 Montgomery Street, Suite 1142
San Francisco, 94104

(415) 348-0011

info@johnburtonfoundation.org

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Fostering Opportunities Scholarship

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Fostering Opportunity Scholarship Fund (FOSF) goal is to expand the educational opportunities for foster students by providing financial support for their higher education endeavors.

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Fostering Opportunity Scholarship Fund (FOSF) goal is to expand the educational opportunities for foster students by providing financial support for their higher education endeavors. We pair our scholarship recipients with mentors, who can lend supportive ear and and offer advice, as each student transitions into their new environment and meets the challenges of higher education.

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There are several requirements for the each semester, available on the application guidelines portion. If you don’t qualify for a semester, you may reapply the following semester.

For Detailed Information:
http://mydollar.org/

7450 Olivetas Ave, #231
La Jolla, 92037

(619) 550-7754

info@bbinnob.com

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Fostering Quality Education

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Fostering Quality Education empowers California’s foster youth to make fully informed decisions about their college options.

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Fostering Quality Education empowers California’s foster youth to make fully informed decisions about their college options. This resources includes finding out information on your school of choice, how to use financial aide wisely, what to look for when applying and visiting colleges and know your rights.

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http://www.fosteringqualityeducation.org/

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Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

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Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. At the office of Federal Student Aid, our 1,200 employees help make college education possible for every dedicated mind.

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Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. At the office of Federal Student Aid, our 1,200 employees help make college education possible for every dedicated mind by providing more than $150 billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds each year to more than 13 million students paying for college or career school.

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Website discusses: preparing for college, types of aid, who gets aid, FAFSA: who gets aid, how to repay your loans Call Federal Student Aid Information Center

For Detailed Information:
http://fafsa.ed.gov/

(800) 433-3243

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Gates Millennium Scholars Program

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The Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program, funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was established in 1999 to provide outstanding African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American, and Hispanic American students with an opportunity to complete an undergraduate college education in any discipline area of interest.

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The Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program, funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was established in 1999 to provide outstanding African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American, and Hispanic American students with an opportunity to complete an undergraduate college education in any discipline area of interest. Continuing Gates Millennium Scholars may request funding for a graduate degree program in one of the following discipline areas: computer science, education, engineering, library science, mathematics, public health or science.

Additional Information:
Early January deadline for outstanding African American, Native American, Hispanic American and Asian Pacific Islander American students.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.gmsp.org/

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1805 7th Street, NW
Washington, 20001

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Getting Prepared for Graduate School

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This site has been specially developed for California’s former foster youth. Whether you are a working professional thinking about heading back for a graduate degree, an undergraduate exploring career options, or a high school student thinking about the future, this site has much of the information you will need.

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This site has been specially developed for California’s former foster youth. Whether you are a working professional thinking about heading back for a graduate degree, an undergraduate exploring career options, or a high school student thinking about the future, this site has much of the information you will need. Applying to graduate school is a complex process, but we’ve broken it down into steps and processes. There are suggestions, links to resources and examples of essays of successful applicants. The information is based on two years of work with former foster youth who have been successful in their pursuit of graduate degrees. Our GPP students are attending graduate school programs at CSUs and UCs across California, as well as at USC, Stanford and Boston University. You can read some of their stories in the Teaching case section.

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Topics covered include process and discovery of pursuing a graduate degree, getting paperwork in order, putting yourself on paper, professional school portals, and profiles of successful former foster youth applicants to graduate school.

For Detailed Information:
http://sites.google.com/a/ucdavis.edu/guardian-professions-program/

(530) 752-5264

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Give Us Your Poor

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The Horatio Alger Association provides scholarships ranging from $2,500 to $20,000. National scholarships are awarded at $20,000. Scholarships in each state are also awarded at various amounts.

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The Horatio Alger Association provides scholarships ranging from $2,500 to $20,000. National scholarships are awarded at $20,000. Scholarships in each state are also awarded at various amounts.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.giveusyourpoor.org/partners/horatio-alger-association.php

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(844) 422-4200

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Grossmont Adult School

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Classes are open to adults who are 18 years of age or older. Additional locations are in El Cajon, Steele Canyon, East County, and Santee. Courses offered dependent on specific locations.

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Classes are open to adults who are 18 years of age or older. Additional locations are in El Cajon, Steele Canyon, East County, and Santee. Courses offered dependent on specific locations.

For Detailed Information:
http://adultschool.guhsd.net/locations

1550 Melody Lane
San Diego, 92019

(619) 588‐3500

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Grossmont Community College

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Grossmont College serves a diverse learning community of students, primarily from suburban locations in East San Diego County, and also from city of San Diego neighborhoods, surrounding communities, as well as locations across the state, the nation and more than 50 countries throughout the world.

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Grossmont College is “Changing Lives Through Education” and has been a vital part of the community since classes first convened in 1961. One out of every three East County adults has taken classes at Grossmont or Cuyamaca colleges.

Grossmont College serves a diverse learning community of students, primarily from suburban locations in East San Diego County, and also from city of San Diego neighborhoods, surrounding communities, as well as locations across the state, the nation and more than 50 countries throughout the world.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.grossmont.edu/

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8800 Grossmont College Drive
El Cajon, 92020

(619) 644‐7000

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Guardian Scholars Program (San Diego State)

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The SDSU Guardian Scholars Program is committed to helping students exiting the foster care system, are wards of the court, under legal guardianship or unaccompanied homeless youth by providing a comprehensive, holistic support program to help them achieve the goal of a college degree.

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The SDSU Guardian Scholars Program is committed to helping students exiting the foster care system, are wards of the court, under legal guardianship or unaccompanied homeless youth by providing a comprehensive, holistic support program to help them achieve the goal of a college degree. For a portion of these students, this support will include a significant scholarship to supplement their financial aid package and reduce reliance on student loans.

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SDSU’s Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) serves as the main resource for Guardian Scholars, offering ongoing services such as academic advising, tutoring, skills assessment, and math and writing labs. Callback once school is in session.

For Detailed Information:
http://studentaffairs.sdsu.edu/EOP/Content/Guardian%20Scholars.html

5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, 92182

(619) 594-0140

mojica@mail.sdsu.edu

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Guardian Scholars Program (UC San Diego)

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The Guardian Scholars Program supports former foster youth by awarding scholarships up to $5,000 per academic year to eligible UC San Diego undergraduate students. At UC San Diego, all former foster youth are included in the Guardian Scholars Program, even if the student is not receiving funding for a Guardian Scholarship.

Description of Services:
The Guardian Scholars Program supports former foster youth by awarding scholarships up to $5,000 per academic year to eligible UC San Diego undergraduate students.

At UC San Diego, all former foster youth are included in the Guardian Scholars Program, even if the student is not receiving funding for a Guardian Scholarship. This is an inclusive program where all former foster youth are invited to participate and enjoy the special privileges offered by the campus to welcome and support former foster youth.

Special privileges include: orientation to university life; access to on-campus housing all year round, including the summer before your first fall term; priority enrollment, beginning second term of attendance at UCSD; student employment opportunities; assistance with financial aid applications; life skills counseling; career planning; and a recognition event for scholars and program supporters.

The program provides more than scholarship funds — it’s designed to help ensure your academic success, to offer support services and experiences that encourage active participation in campus life, and to provide career-development skills for life after graduation. Take advantage of opportunities for year round on-campus housing, including the summer before your first fall term.

Friendly and informal meetings with your Guardian Scholarship mentor focus on problem-solving, life counseling, and encouragement. Workshops covering special topics like financial literacy, wellness, and locating an internship will be offered quarterly.

Additional Information:
The Guardian Scholarship Program is a collaborative effort among key campus departments and Promises2Kids. For general program information and questions: Contact Edward Abeyta, (858) 534-3402. For admissions information and questions: Incoming freshmen, contact Joanne Higgins, (858) 534-0891. Incoming transfer students, contact Timothy Borch, (858) 822-0348. For financial aid information and questions: Incoming and current students, contact Teresa Stanley, (858) 534-0539 or Yvonne Borrego, (858) 534-1669. For information about making a gift to the scholarship fund to support UC San Diego’s Guardian Scholars (former foster youth): Jennifer Leighton, (858) 822-1537.

For Detailed Information:
http://students.ucsd.edu/finances/financial-aid/types/scholarships/guardian.html

9500 Gilman Dr.
La Jolla, 92093

(858) 534-3402

eabeyta@ucsd.edu

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Guardian Scholars (Promises2Kids)

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Promises2Kids’ Guardian Scholars encourages foster youth to pursue higher education through community college, trade school or a university degree. This highly successful resource provides former foster youth with a partial financial scholarship along with mentoring support to assist them in adapting to and excelling in a higher education setting.

Description of Services:
Promises2Kids’ Guardian Scholars encourages foster youth to pursue higher education through community college, trade school or a university degree. This highly successful resource provides former foster youth with a partial financial scholarship along with mentoring support to assist them in adapting to and excelling in a higher education setting.

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Support provided: College preparation, SAT Courses and unique college level courses while in HS as a Junior Guardian Scholar, Quarterly training and educational opportunities, Financial scholarships, Peer support and social activities, Mentoring

For Detailed Information:
http://promises2kids.org/guardian-scholars/

9400 Ruffin Court, Suite A
San Diego, 92123

(858) 278-4400

info@promises2kids.org

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Hispanic Scholarship Fund

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For Latina/Latino students–deadlines vary

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For Latina/Latino students–deadlines vary

For Detailed Information:
http://www.hsf.net/

1411 W. 190th St., Suite 700
Gardena, 90248

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JIT Master Your Dream Graduate Scholarship

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JIT will offer $1500 per semester for tuition and education-related expenses, as well as mentoring and JIT programs to eligible JIT youth pursuing a master’s or advanced professional degree.

Description of Services:
JIT will offer $1500 per semester for tuition and education-related expenses, as well as mentoring and JIT programs to eligible JIT youth pursuing a master’s or advanced professional degree.

You are eligible if you are a JIT youth (18-26) who:
-Is enrolled full time in an accredited, not-for-profit graduate school program.
-Earned an undergraduate university degree with a 3.0+ GPA.
-Submits a complete MYD application requiring an essay, letter of reference, and budget.
-And maintains eligibility by providing transcripts, updates, and other information on a timely basis.

 

For Detailed Information:
http://jitfosteryouth.org/masteryourdream/

4560 Alvarado Canyon Rd Ste 2G
San Diego Ca 92120

(619) 770-1850

JIT@jitfosteryouth.org

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Job Corps

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Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job. For eligible young people at least 16 years of age that qualify as low income, Job Corps provides the all-around skills needed to succeed in a career and in life.

Description of Services:
Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job. For eligible young people at least 16 years of age that qualify as low income, Job Corps provides the all-around skills needed to succeed in a career and in life.

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We offer career technical training in more than 100 career areas. Students receive housing, meals, basic health care, a living allowance, training, and preparation for a career, all at no cost.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.jobcorps.gov/home.aspx

1325 Iris Avenue, Building 60
Imperial Beach, 91932-3751

(619) 429-8500

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Just in Time for Foster Youth

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JIT strives to provide high quality programming focused on supporting self-sufficiency. For program funding, we rely on donations from the general public, as well as grants.

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JIT strives to provide high quality programming focused on supporting self-sufficiency. For program funding, we rely on donations from the general public, as well as grants. Program delivery is based on available funds and an evaluation of each applicant’s situation. Applicants are notified within 3 business days.

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Former Foster youth, 18-26 years old Working, attending school, or a combination of two (30 + hours/Week). Ongoing participation in the JIT community via programs, events, and activities. Completion of annual program evaluation survey. There are additional requirements for each specific program (Please read the FAQ page when applying).

For Detailed Information:
http://www.jitfosteryouth.org/

4560 Alvarado Rd Ste 2G
San Diego Ca 92120

(760) 505-6647

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Laptop Essay Competition (John Burton Foundation)

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At the start of the academic year, we offer the opportunity for foster youth attending CA colleges and universities to be eligible for a brand new, fully loaded laptop. Students must verify that they are a Chafee eligible student and that they will remain in school to complete their courses.

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At the start of the academic year, we offer the opportunity for foster youth attending CA colleges and universities to be eligible for a brand new, fully loaded laptop. Students must verify that they are a Chafee eligible student and that they will remain in school to complete their courses.

Additional Information:
Over the past six years, we have awarded over 600 laptops to very worthy students.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.johnburtonfoundation.org/jla/index.php/component/content/article?id=217

235 Montgomery Street, Suite 1142
San Francisco, 94104

(415) 348-0011

info@johnburtonfoundation.org

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Live Your Dream Award (Soroptomist)

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The Soroptimist Live Your Dream Awards (formerly the Women’s Opportunity Awards) assists women who provide the primary source of financial support for their families by giving them the resources they need to improve their education, skills and employment prospects.

Description of Services:
The Soroptimist Live Your Dream Awards (formerly the Women’s Opportunity Awards) assists women who provide the primary source of financial support for their families by giving them the resources they need to improve their education, skills and employment prospects. In addition to providing the primary financial support for their families, eligible applicants must be enrolled in, or have been accepted to, a vocational/skills training program or an undergraduate degree program and must demonstrate financial need.

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Awards involves three levels of cash awards. The program begins at the local Soroptimist club-level, where award amounts vary. Local-level award recipients become eligible for region-level awards of either $3,000 or $5,000. Region-level award recipients then become eligible to receive one of three international-level awards of $10,000.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.soroptimist.org/awards/live-your-dream-awards.html

1709 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, 19103-6103

(215) 893-9000

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MAAC Project

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Programs Include: Bridge to Employment, Driving Under the Influence Program, Energy Assistance, Head Start, Early Head Start & State Preschool, MAAC Community Charter School, and Healthy Homes.

Programs Include:
Bridge to Employment, Driving Under the Influence Program, Energy Assistance, Head Start, Early Head Start & State Preschool, MAAC Community Charter School, and Healthy Homes.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.maacproject.org/

1355 Third Avenue
Chula Vista, 91911

(619) 426‐3595

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Minorities to Majorities Scholarship App

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Description of Services: Minorities to Majorities is a Scholarship App for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. The app was created by a student at Duke and the goal of the app is to provide underrepresented ethnic minorities, women, LGBTQ and international students with information about various scholarships, internships, fellowships and more! The app also […]

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Minorities to Majorities is a Scholarship App for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students.

The app was created by a student at Duke and the goal of the app is to provide underrepresented ethnic minorities, women, LGBTQ and international students with information about various scholarships, internships, fellowships and more! The app also provides information about various business and leadership conferences across the country, so students can add to their professional network. The app is completely free and can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play.

 

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One Degree

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One Degree is a nonprofit technology-driven organization that is revolutionizing the way low-income families access community resources. We create modern tech-driven solutions that make it easy for striving families to access, manage, and review nonprofit and government services.

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One Degree is a nonprofit technology-driven organization that is revolutionizing the way low-income families access community resources. We create modern tech-driven solutions that make it easy for striving families to access, manage, and review nonprofit and government services.

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One Degree’s mission is to empower people to create a path out of poverty for themselves and for their communities. We see a world without poverty, where everyone can find the help they need quickly and easily, and can hold their service providers accountable.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.1deg.org

2973 16th Street, Suite 200
San Francisco, 94103

(888) 799-7273

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PFLAG San Diego Scholarships

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Since 1998, PFLAG San Diego County has overseen the awarding of over 80 scholarships in the amount of $116,000 to LGBT scholars. The portfolio of scholarship awards over-seen by the PFLAG Scholarship Committee continues to increase.

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Since 1998, PFLAG San Diego County has overseen the awarding of over 80 scholarships in the amount of $116,000 to LGBT scholars. The portfolio of scholarship awards over-seen by the PFLAG Scholarship Committee continues to increase, including scholarships funded through former and current PFLAG members, the Rob Benzon Foundation, San Diego Human Dignity Foundation, and the Raytheon LGBT STEM Scholarship, among others. The scholarships are awarded to LGBT high school seniors continuing on to higher education or full-time undergraduate and graduate students through a competitive application and essay process. The scholarship committee selects recipients based on commitment to their chosen field, financial need and academic achievement. It is worth noting that one of the earliest recipients of a PFLAG SDC scholarship was San Diego City Council Member, Todd Gloria. “Launching Leaders” produced in partnership with San Diego Human Dignity Foundation, serves as both a platform to honor our recipients and a primary fundraiser for future scholarships!

PFLAG San Diego County Mission Statement:
By meeting people where they are and collaborating with others, PFLAG SDC realizes its vision through: Support for families, allies and people who are LGBTQ; Education for ourselves and others about the unique issues and challenges facing people who are LGBTQ; Advocacy in our communities to change attitudes and create policies and laws that achieve full equality for people who are LGBTQ.

The San Diego Human Dignity Foundation is proud to support over 35 organizations in San Diego County that work in the LGBT and HIV communities. It is our mission to con-tinue to support organizations through our various fundraisers, grant cycles, and initiatives to better the city we live in and love.

Scholarship Eligibility Requirements:
Minimum 3.0 GPA for High School Seniors; Minimum 2.8 GPA for Undergraduate/Graduate Students; Resident of San Diego County at time of application; LGBT high school senior continuing to full-time undergraduate study or LGBT full-time undergraduate or graduate student; Attend the San Diego PFLAG “Launching Leaders Luncheon” on Friday, May 13, 2016 in-person.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.pflag.com/scholarships/

P.O. Box 82762
San Diego, 92138

(888) 398-0006

scholarships@pflag.com

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QuestBridge

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A non-profit program that links motivated low-income college applicants with some of the best colleges and universities in the country (the “National College Match Program”). They also administer the “College Prep Scholarship” award program.

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A non-profit program that links motivated low-income college applicants with some of the best colleges and universities in the country (the “National College Match Program”). They also administer the “College Prep Scholarship” award program.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.questbridge.org/

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Sam & Rose Stein Education Center

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Special Education and training programs for students with autism, developmental disabilities, and emotional disturbances.

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Special Education and training programs for students with autism, developmental disabilities, and emotional disturbances.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.vistahill.org/programs/intellectual-development-disabilities/stein-special-education-programs.html

6145 Decena Drive
San Diego, 92120

(619) 281‐5511

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San Diego Community College District

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Offers associate degrees and certificates in occupational programs that prepare students for entry‐level jobs, and arts and sciences programs that transfer to four‐year colleges and universities. Continuing Education’s Educational Cultural Complex (ECC) also offers classes leading to associate degrees and certificates.

Description of Services:
Offers associate degrees and certificates in occupational programs that prepare students for entry‐level jobs, and arts and sciences programs that transfer to four‐year colleges and universities. Continuing Education’s Educational Cultural Complex (ECC) also offers classes leading to associate degrees and certificates.

Additional Information:
San Diego City College, San Diego Mesa College, San Diego Miramar College

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sdccd.edu/

3375 Camino Del Rio South
San Diego, 92108-3883

(619) 388‐6500

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    8:30am - 3pm
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    8:30am - 3pm
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San Diego Continuing Education

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Providing ongoing learning opportunities, preparing diverse individuals for career advancement, a college education, or enriched lives through good health and personal fulfillment.

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Providing ongoing learning opportunities, preparing diverse individuals for career advancement, a college education, or enriched lives through good health and personal fulfillment.

Additional Information:
Centre City Campus 1400 Park Blvd., San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 388‐4600 César E. Chávez Campus 1960 National Ave., San Diego, CA 92113 (619) 230‐2895

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sdce.edu/

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San Diego County Regional Occupational Program (ROP)

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San Diego County Regional Occupational Program (ROP) is to prepare a diverse population, 16 years of age and older, for further education, employment, and occupational changes.

Description of Services:
San Diego County Regional Occupational Program (ROP) is to prepare a diverse population, 16 years of age and older, for further education, employment, and occupational changes.

Additional Information:
High School Students: Enroll through your high school counselor. Adults: Enroll at the CTE Service Center where the course is offered. Suzanne Miyasaki​, Coordinator

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sdcoe.net/lls/cte/Pages/default.aspx

6401 Linda Vista Road, Room 321S
San Diego, 92111

(858) 571-7243

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    7:30am – 5pm
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    7:30am – 5pm
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    7:30am – 5pm
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    7:30am – 5pm
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    7:30am – 5pm
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San Diego Foundation Common Application Scholarship

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The Common Scholarship Application uses one online application to access more than 100 scholarships. Note that almost all of our scholarships require San Diego County residency.

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The Common Scholarship Application uses one online application to access more than 100 scholarships. Note that almost all of our scholarships require San Diego County residency (except for the Cox Cares Scholarship).

Applicants must be:

  • San Diego County residents
  • Graduating high school seniors
  • Undergraduate students
  • Graduate students
  • Adult re-entry students Kelli O’Merry, Administrative Coordinator, Community Scholarships

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sdfoundation.org/Scholarships/ForStudents/CommonScholarshipApplication.aspx

2508 Historic Decatur Road
San Diego, 92106

(619) 814-1343

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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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San Diego Foundation – Local San Diego Scholarships

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Several organizations in San Diego County provide scholarship opportunities for students. Find a list of local scholarships at the San Diego Foundation website. Contact these organizations directly for more information.

Description of Services:
Several organizations in San Diego County provide scholarship opportunities for students. Find a list of local scholarships at the San Diego Foundation website. Contact these organizations directly for more information.

For Detailed Information:

Local Scholarships

2508 Historic Decatur Road, Suite 200
San Diego, 92106

(619) 402-1827

scholarships@sdfoundation.org

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San Diego Foundation Scholarships

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Find your scholarship, and reach your educational goals. Outside of the Common Scholarship Application, which offers students a chance to apply for more than 100 scholarships with just one application, The San Diego Foundation manages other TSDF scholarships for students, each with their own application, set of criteria and deadline.

Description of Services:
Find your scholarship, and reach your educational goals. Outside of the Common Scholarship Application, which offers students a chance to apply for more than 100 scholarships with just one application, The San Diego Foundation manages other TSDF scholarships for students, each with their own application, set of criteria and deadline.

Additional Information:
For each separate application, follow the instructions to receive more information and obtain a copy of the application.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sdfoundation.org/students/other-tsdf-scholarships/

2508 Historic Decatur Road, Suite 200
San Diego, 92106

scholarships@sdfoundation.org

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San Diego Urban Teacher Fellows Program (The YMCA)

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The Urban Teacher Fellows (UTF) program is a Career Pathway into Teaching Model that supports students while they are enrolled as a liberal arts major at San Diego City College. Once the students complete the transfer requirements for liberal arts, the students gain automatic admission to San Diego State University to continue their education.

Description of Services:
The Urban Teacher Fellows (UTF) program is a Career Pathway into Teaching Model that supports students while they are enrolled as a liberal arts major at San Diego City College. Once the students complete the transfer requirements for liberal arts, the students gain automatic admission to San Diego State University to continue their education.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school diploma/GED, Meet low-income requirements, Meet “barrier to to employment” requirements, Interest in changing and inspiring the lives of children, Motivation to gain a college degree San Diego City College: 1313 Park Blvd San Diego, CA 92101 Main Office: 2929 Meade Avenue San Diego, CA 92116. This program is NOT currently accepting new participants.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.yfs.ymca.org/residential-services/urban-teacher-fellows.html

2929 Meade Avenue
San Diego, 92116

(619) 281-8313 ext. 10713

jlipford@ymca.org

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San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP)

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The San Diego Workforce Partnership funds job training programs that empower job seekers to meet the current and future workforce needs of employers in San Diego County. We are the local Workforce Investment Board, designated by the City and County of San Diego.

Description of Services:
The San Diego Workforce Partnership funds job training programs that empower job seekers to meet the current and future workforce needs of employers in San Diego County. We are the local Workforce Investment Board, designated by the City and County of San Diego.

Additional Information:
The Workforce Partnership funds job training programs to meet the region’s demand for qualified workers. Our funding is based on extensive and ongoing research of regional employment data, economic activity, industry cluster analysis, and occupational projections.

For Detailed Information:
http://workforce.org/

3910 University Avenue, Suite 400
San Diego, 92105

(619) 228-2900

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School Success (San Diego County Office of Education)

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The School Success Project’s purpose is to help identify the educational needs of youth in foster care. This includes stable school placement, assess student’s educational strengths/deficits and provide intervention in and out of the classroom.

Description of Services:
The School Success Project’s purpose is to help identify the educational needs of youth in foster care. This includes stable school placement, assess student’s educational strengths/deficits and provide intervention in and out of the classroom. The Educational Liaisons will provide students in foster care with the following academic support, services and resources: Attend Team Decision Making meetings (TDM), Provide support and information regarding Special Education process and 504 plan eligibility, Obtain school records from previous schools and conduct transcript reviews, Ensure compliance with AB 490 mandates, Assess academic processes and make referrals to remediation, Assist with enrollment, discipline and placement issues, Provide guidance to CWS staff, school district and school site person

Additional Information:
In addition, Educational Liaisons facilitate quarterly collaborative meetings between social workers and school district liaisons. The meetings focus on problem solving, creating solutions and increasing knowledge and understanding of the educational needs of students in foster care. Contact Mindy Kukich, MSW, Project Specialist I

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sdcoe.net/student-services/student-support/Pages/school-success.aspx

(619) 683-9340 x33

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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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    Closed
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TAY Academy

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TAY Academy provides a safe, inclusive, youth-led environment planned at five locations throughout San Diego County. The program is a collaborative effort between SDYS, YMCA, and South Bay Community Services to offer resources and give support to transition aged youth (ages 14-25).

Description of Services:
TAY Academy provides a safe, inclusive, youth-led environment planned at five locations throughout San Diego County. The program is a collaborative effort between SDYS, YMCA, and South Bay Community Services to offer resources and give support to transition aged youth (ages 14-25). TAY Academy is designed to be a one-stop center for comprehensive services and support on their journey to independence and self-sufficiency.

Additional Information:
Each center offers skill-development workshops, fitness, nutrition, and educational classes. There are also support groups, leadership opportunities, fun activities, and connection coaches on-site. TAY Academy is a “HUB” for transition age youth in accessing resources, focusing on environmental and personal safety. TAY Academy is dedicated to serving at-risk youth in a manner which is knowledgeable of, and sensitive to, the trauma occurring in their lives. Youth from all interest groups and cultural backgrounds are welcome at each center. SDYS Golden Hill Youth Center 2220 Broadway, San Diego, CA 92102 Phone: 619-232-8126 North Coastal-YMCA Oz North Coast 215 Barnes St, Oceanside, CA 92054 Phone: 60-703-3756 North Inland-Palomar Family YMCA 1050 N.Broadway, Building C, Escondido, CA 92026 Phone: 60-703-3756 South Bay Community Services 746 Ada St, Chula Vista, CA 91911 Phone: 619-628-2411

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sdyouthservices.org/site/PageServer?pagename=Transition_Age_Youth_Academy

2220 Broadway
San Diego, 92102

(619) 232-8126

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The Guardian Teacher Scholarship

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The Guardian Teacher Scholarship is an opportunity to encourage and support former foster care youth to pursue careers in teaching in California. Scholarships help the UC Davis School of Education prepare qualified students to be knowledgeable, thoughtful teacher leaders of tomorrow.

Description of Services:
The Guardian Teacher Scholarship is an opportunity to encourage and support former foster care youth to pursue careers in teaching in California. Scholarships help the UC Davis School of Education prepare qualified students to be knowledgeable, thoughtful teacher leaders of tomorrow. Funds specifically support student tuition and fees associated with studying and preparing to be teachers through the School’s Teaching Credential/Master of Arts Program.

The Guardian Teacher Scholarship is a partnership of the UC Davis School of Education and the Guardian Scholars Program at UC Davis, with seed funding from the Stuart Foundation. The Guardian Scholars Program serves the needs of former foster youth by providing support and services during their undergraduate careers. Together, we are working to encourage students to continue their post-undergraduate education and pursue teaching careers.

For Detailed Information:
http://education.ucdavis.edu/general-information/guardian-teacher-scholarship

One Shields Avenue
Davis, 95616

(530) 752-0757

edschool@ucdavis.edu

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The MANA de San Diego Scholarship Program

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The MANA de San Diego Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to Latinas enrolled in community college or university. Scholarships are granted to qualified applicants pursuing a Bachelor degree through doctoral programs.

Description of Services:
The MANA de San Diego Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to Latinas enrolled in community college or university. Scholarships are granted to qualified applicants pursuing a Bachelor degree through doctoral programs. About $30,000 in scholarships are awarded yearly.

Additional Information:
Recipients are selected based on academic and non-academic criteria of the applicant including: leadership, community involvement, educational aspirations, career goals, grade point average, special circumstances, and financial need.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.manasd.org/node/13

2515 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 228
San Diego, 92108

(619) 297-0115

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THP – San Diego Youth Services Walden Environment

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provides services in the form of supervised apartment or host family living. The program serves only eligible young adults aged 18 – 21 years who have chosen to stay in extended foster care as non-minor dependents. The THP-Plus Statewide Implementation Project works to improve access to two vital programs in California.

Description of Services:
Walden’s Transitional Housing Program + Foster Care is a licensed comprehensive transitional housing program that provides services in the form of supervised apartment or host family living. The program serves only eligible young adults aged 18 – 21 years who have chosen to stay in extended foster care as non-minor dependents. The THP-Plus Statewide Implementation Project works to improve access to two vital programs in California.

Additional Information:
THP+FC, which provides supportive housing to youth age 18 to 21 who are in foster care; THP-Plus, which provides 24 months of supportive housing to former foster youth, age 18 to 24. Referral Process: 1. Complete Referral Form. If form is not complete, it will be returned. Referrals can be made by: • County Social Workers • ILS Case Managers • Youth (self-referral) San Diego Youth Servies /Administrative Office: 3255 Wing Street, San Diego, CA 92110 Phone: 619-221-8600 Walden Family Service 6150 Mission Gorge Rd, Suite 210, San Diego, CA 92120 Phone: 619-584-5777 YMCA 3708 Ruffin Rd, San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: 858-292-9622 Program Contact: Alejandra Gonzalez

For Detailed Information:
http://www.waldenfamily.org/walden-independent-futures-program

8525 Gibbs Dr, Suite 100
San Diego, 92123

(619) 727-8594

agonzalez@waldenfamily.org

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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 5pm
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Turning the Hearts Center

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Turning the hearts center grew out of the growing community demand to foster programs that empower youth & adult leadership development – leading to turned hearts and strong families!

Description of Services:
Turning the hearts center grew out of the growing community demand to foster programs that empower youth & adult leadership development – leading to turned hearts and strong families!

Additional Information:
Education – GED/High School Diploma, Work Readiness, Substance Abuse Classes, Anger Management Classes, Heart for the Arts Music Classes, Anti-Graffiti Classes, and Anti-Theft Classes.

For Detailed Information:
http://turningtheheartscenter.com/index.php/who-we-are

345 5th Avenue
Chula Vista, 91910

(619) 691-9643

mlovato@thcsd.org

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    8:30am - 8pm
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    8:30am - 8pm
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    8:30am - 8pm
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    8:30am - 8pm
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    8:30am - 8pm
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UNCF

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For African-American students–deadlines vary

Description of Services:
For African-American students–deadlines vary

Alternative Phone Number: (202) 810-0258

For Detailed Information:
http://www.uncf.org/

1805 7th Street, NW
Washington, 20001

(800) 331-2244

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Urban Beats

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Urban Beats is committed to creating a community of young adults through exploring how art can be used to promote whole-body health; understand potential exploring and identifying individuals from different walks of life.

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Urban Beats is committed to creating a community of young adults through exploring how art can be used to promote whole-body health; understand potential exploring and identifying individuals from different walks of life, career paths, and cultures who have experienced mental illness and whose hourneys are inspirational; exploring post-secondary education and career options that are directly or indirectly connected to arts; exploring and identifying how to establish healthy boundaries and have positive, safe, and fulfilling connections and relationships; exploring how to recover from trauma and/or substance abuse; and exploring how art in both new and old mediums can be used to inform change.

Additional Information:
Urban Beats was created through the collaboration of Pathways, the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, and San Diego Youth Services.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sdurbanbeats.org/

3330 Market St
San Diego, 92102

(619) 736-5552

info@sdurbanbeats.org

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    9am - 5:30pm
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    9am - 5:30pm
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    9am - 5:30pm
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    9am - 5:30pm
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    9am - 5:30pm
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Ways to Work (Jewish Family Service)

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The Ways to Work program at Jewish Family Service provides low-interest car loans and education to credit-challenged, working families. Families with their own car enjoy a greater quality of life. They are no longer solely dependent on public transportation for commuting to work, dropping a child off at daycare, or running errands.

Description of Services:
The Ways to Work program at Jewish Family Service provides low-interest car loans and education to credit-challenged, working families. Families with their own car enjoy a greater quality of life. They are no longer solely dependent on public transportation for commuting to work, dropping a child off at daycare, or running errands. Families that must rely on public transportation can spend many hours each day commuting, from school to daycare to work, and back home. Our loan program, funded by United Way and Walmart, not only strives to improve family situations, but also to promote financial literacy and long-term stability.

Ways to Work provides:
– A two-hour financial education class for loan applicants, with information on household budgeting, mainstream banking, and credit reports.
-Assistance with goal setting to create realistic action plans that help you succeed in repaying the loan
-Up to $8,000 auto loan with 8% interest over three years from a private bank that may be able to help you to obtain future loans and credit
-Improved credit score once the loan is repaid

Additional Information:
Applicants must meet all of the following criteria: be continuously employed or in school for a minimum of four months; be an involved parent; have an income less than 80% of San Diego’s median income; have challenged credit; be a San Diego County resident.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.jfssd.org/site/PageServer?pagename=programs_crisis_ways_to_work

8804 Balboa Ave
San Diego, 92123

(858) 637-3206

waystowork@jfssd.org

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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 4pm
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