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HIRE UP Educational Services at Larkin Street Youth Services

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1150 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA

Serves youth ages 12-24 by providing GED completion support, tutoring, employment/education case management, Job Readiness Class, Job Training program, internship program, Art groups, computer/audio visual classes and college support.

ScholarMatch

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849 Valencia St

ScholarMatch aims to connect under-resourced students with resources, schools, and donors to make college possible.

MyPath Offering Financial Services for Youth

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2430 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110

MyPath (formerly Mission SF Community Financial Center) places low-income youth and young adults on a path to economic mobility by ensuring they have access to quality financial products, a working knowledge of the financial system, and a peer-based social support system that encourages personal goal-setting and accountability. When we do this, we position youth and young adults to achieve their full potential and seed upward mobility that will continue for generations to come. MyPath offers services such as: MyPath Savings engages young people in banking and saving, transforming their first paychecks into an economic mobility pathway. MyPath Advocates engages young peopleRead more
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Best Schools: Online Financial Aid Resource Guide

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It shouldn’t be difficult to find an online school that provides a good education. There are over 1,000 colleges that offer at least one Bachelor’s degree online. You can study any one of 100 different subjects without ever setting foot on campus. With so many choices, why is it still so hard to find the right school for you? The first reason is simple: there are too many online programs out there. It’s impossible to keep track of the industry’s growth. And if you turn to Google for help, you’ll see a glut of for-profit schools. It’s hard toRead more
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The Atlantic & College Board Writing Contest

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Six finalists will be awarded $2,500, and the grand prize winner will receive $5,000 in addition to having his or her winning essay published in The Atlantic.
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Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program

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The Reagan Foundation is now accepting applications for their scholarship award program. Each year, the Program selects numerous recipients to receive a $10,000 scholarship renewable for up to an additional three years – up to $40,000 total per recipient. Awards are for undergraduate and graduate study, and may be used for education-related expenses, including tuition, fees, books, supplies, room, and board. In addition, Scholars are invited to participate in a special awards program. For more information and to apply, click here.   Source: Reagan Foundation, November 24th