The Path to College Fellowship pairs motivated young scholars with experienced and committed mentors who guide them along the
Path to College. 

Interested in Becoming a Mentor? 

With the firm belief that low-income students with high academic aspirations need targeted guidance along the path to college, we recruit committed professionals to encourage our students, hold them accountable, and help them achieve their goals.

 The mentoring relationship is a trusted and sacred bond. Students with individual mentors do better in their future college performance as well as careers. The mentor and student meet once a week for a period of three years. We provide college preparation guidance to our mentors, ongoing training, and require a background check. The mentors are able to schedule meetings with their student on their own time, and can arrange to meet the student during lunch at their high school, at a community location after school, on the weekends, or sometimes digitally via video conference.

PLEASE COMPLETE THE ONLINE APPLICATION and email to hello@pathtocollege.org

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HOW MENTORS IMPACT THE STUDENT

Every student has different skill sets, and our mentors aim to help their mentees select the best classes for them, as well as open doors to the interesting opportunities that will let each student shine and find personal enrichment. Our mentors guide the student fellows through the college application process and give much needed financial aid advice and guidance.
Our organization is committed to offering academic and personal enrichment opportunities including special tours, field trips, and workshops on financial literacy, interview skills, entrance exam tutoring, personal statement coaching, and college financing.
The Path to College is committed to setting the next leaders of America off on the right footing. We organize workshops and field trips to help enrich our students' learning and growth. The students regularly hear presentations from community leaders about challenges facing our communities. The students are then be challenged to try to address one of these issues with a capstone project aiming to make a positive impact.

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