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Programming that gets students
for the Future.
By providing your students with early college and career awareness, you change their life trajectories forever.
According to a study by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU) 45 percent of students attending high school feel unprepared to enter the real world. This is especially true amongst students of color and under represented populations.
This is a problem.
Our mentoring and curriculum is a part of the solution.
"Taking The Fear Out Of College and Career"
Students need help navigating the often intimidating path to college and career success.
Here’s how our programming helps students do just that in three simple ways:
College and Career
Weekly college and career video curriculum with digital quizzes and activities help students in the classroom or at home prepare for graduation, college, career and life success. Students learn test taking skills, SAT and ACT vocabulary, school success strategies, and more.
College and Career Mentoring
Virtual one-on-one and group mentoring for high schoolers provides students with help with various college and career prep skills such as completing a college application, searching for scholarships, choosing a college major, preparing resumes and interviews, budgeting, and more.
College and Career Fairs & Workshops
High-energy college and career fairs and workshops inspire students with engaging college and career presentations on a variety of college, career and life success topics. Students walk away knowing the practical steps they need to take to achieve their college and career dreams
GRADUATION RATES FOR LOWER-QUARTILE STUDENTS
Trusted by schools
Elevate Your Students with CCD Programming
My students in Intensive Reading were frequently loud, off-task, and challenging to work with. I saw that the College and Career Dreams Program was able to channel their energy in positive ways that kept the students connected to the content and in ways that encouraged full participation. I saw students who had never spoken up in class take active roles for the first time, and I saw students who were previously class clowns transformed during the year into class leaders.
PAMELA DYER, 9TH GRADE READING TEACHER
FRANK H PETERSON HIGH SCHOOL
CCD PROGRAM FACILITATOR
I just wanted to let you guys know that I am on the way to campus today! I received a $10,000 Chorale Scholarship, and I wanted to thank you guys for everything you've done and taught me. You guys literally helped me get into a college that I think I'm going to love. Thank you so much for guiding me and directing me in the right direction.
SEINE ROSE, CCD PROGRAM GRADUATE
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