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Service Learning at Hope | It's more than volunteering!

   
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College and Career Access Program

Students take a trip to Tallahassee, FL to tour Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. June 2017

Hope CommUnity Center believes that access to careers and postsecondary education are important parts of individual and community empowerment!

Here at Hope we offer students the following assistance:

  • Personal and education growth
  • Seeking information about colleges and universities
  • College exposure through college fairs and tours
  • Exploring carer interests and finding the best professional setting that matches a person’s passions and skills
  • Understanding rights for DACA and undocumented students
  • College preparation and applications
  • Scholarship research and applications
  • Applying for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Writing and editing a professional resume
  • SAT and ACT tutoring

 

Hope CommUnity Center also offers scholarship funds annually, primarily for students and other individuals involved as a participant or volunteer in center programming. These funds can be applied to costs associated with studying at any technical school, or 2- or 4-year college or university.

 

Last year, Hope gave out $50,000 to 37 students in their journey towards post-secondary success! Hope would like to thank it’s passionate and dedicated donors who make this possible every year.

 

For more information about any of these programs or educational opportunities, please call Maggi Noyes at 407-880-4673, ext. 229 or e-mail mnoyes@hcc-offm.org