Founded in 2011, SEO Scholars San Francisco addresses the widening academic opportunity gap for underserved high school students in the Bay Area, with a challenging and engaging out of school academic program. By providing students with year-round supplemental academic classes, mentorship, experiential learning opportunities, and career exposure during high school, we equip our Scholars to earn admission to –
Students Rising Above (SRA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization supporting and empowering low-income, first-generation students to access and obtain post-secondary education and secure career-ladder jobs, fueling a diverse and inclusive workforce and thriving economy. Every year, Students Rising Above accepts applications from Bay Area High School seniors who are interested in becoming SRA scholars. We select students who demonstrate drive and potential,
Girls on the Run North Bay fosters a healthy mindset and life strategies in girls through experiential learning discussions, out-door play activities, and movement after-school throughout Sonoma, Napa & Solano counties. Young girls (ages 8 to 13), and particularly, those who come from traditionally under-represented ethnic and racial groups and financially disadvantaged families will be given the opportunity to learn positive behavioral health strategies by participating in the preventative youth development program that positively impacts their social &
Since 1986, Aim High has served low-income, first-generation students throughout their middle school years during the critical summer months, helping to prevent learning loss and prepare students for the upcoming school year and the transition to high school. Our tuition-free and rigorous summer learning and enrichment program has prepared more than 15,000 low-income middle school students for high school,
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area provides one-to-one community-based mentoring to children between the ages of 6 and 18 who reside in the nine Bay Area counties (Contra Costa, Santa Clara, Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo, Marin, Sonoma, Napa, and Solano). We match volunteer adults (18 and older) with children in need of extra support and mentoring to help them with life challenges.