College Access Partners
The following programs collaborate with Franklin’s counseling office in order to provide college and career advising to Franklin students.
College Possible is accepting applications for current sophomores and juniors to participate in our program next year (application below). We offer free SAT Preparation, financial aid and scholarship help, application assistance, and general coaching through the college process.Application: CollegePossible.org/join
More Information: CollegePossible.org
~Posted May 17, 2021
The mission of College Possible – Washington (CPW)is to empower students from low-income families to access, enroll, and graduate from college at rates equal to their more advantaged peers. Coaches help students break down the college process into manageable steps, while offering practical and emotional support as they navigate applications, financial aid, and family obligations. Getting into college is just the first step – CPW continues to support students as they transition into college and all the way through graduation.
ReWA Post-Secondary Program
Join ReWA’s Post-Secondary Success Program for help with your next steps!
ReWA’s Youth Program is committed to providing high quality,culturally relevant services that develop the whole youth. Our missionis to support students in developing and accomplishing their individualgoals so that they perform academically in school, pursue their uniquepassions and interests, and develop deep feelings of self-worth,belonging, curiosity, and investment in their communities. Throughparent education and family advocacy, we empower parents to supporttheir youth. We believe in the importance of youth voice and choice, theneed for youth to process and formulate their cultural identities, andthe combined efforts of parents, family members, school staff and othercommunity partners.
Our vision is a community where all youth –primarily those from refugee, immigrant and low income backgrounds –celebrate and explore their identities, strive to excel academically,prepare for life after adolescence, and share their talents in serviceto their families, their neighbors, and their world.
Post-Secondary Success Program and Scholarships
Post-Secondary Success Program (PSSP ) provides help to youth ages 16-24 who are interested in going to college or vocational schools. PSSP participants receive:
- one-on-one coaching to help youth achieve their academic goals
- opportunities for career and major exploration
- opportunities to visit local colleges
- Help with homework
- personalized scholarship search
- guidance on writing personal statements
- assistance to complete the FAFSA or WASFA
- family-oriented workshops about the application process, financial aid, scholarships and more
ReWA recently awarded 8 scholarships to PSSP students. Read more here!
Questions? Want to enroll?
Seattle Promise College for Every Seattle Student
Free Tuition is Just the Beginning
Seattle Promise brings college education within reach for every Seattle public high school student, no matter your grades or finances. Students accepted to the program can receive up to two years (or 90 credits) of free college tuition at North Seattle College, Seattle Central College, or South Seattle College, as well as personalized support to transition from high school and succeed in college. All Seattle public high school students in the 2020 graduating class are eligible. Students will begin their studies at Seattle Colleges in fall 2020.
The Support You Need To Thrive In College
Focus on your studies without the financial burden of tuition. During your senior year of high school, we’ll help you complete college and financial aid applications, choose your first classes, and help you prepare for college success.
Seattle Promise Includes
Free Tuition: Two years (or up to 90 credits) of free tuition at the Seattle Colleges.
College Preparation: Support preparing for life on campus, assistance choosing and registering for classes, introductions to college instructors and more to help you get ready for college.
Year-Round Support: Regular check-ins with the Seattle Promise team to help you navigate your college experience from start to finish.
Long-Term Planning: Advising to help plan your next steps, including opportunities for gaining a summer internship and work experience.
Financial Support Beyond Tuition: Assistance with other school-related expenses such as books, child care, food, housing, and transportation.
Contact Info Derek Reddicks
UNCF Portfolio Project
UNCF Signature College Preparatory Program, The Portfolio Project
The program offers free college and scholarship assistance to PNW students. UNCF Seattle, in partnership with College Possible in Seattle, YMCA Minority Achievers Program in Marysville, YMCA Multi-Cultural Achievers Program in Tacoma, Leisure Hour Jr. Golf Program in Portland, and the Seattle Rotary Club will host the 15th annual Class of 2020 UNCF Portfolio Project. High school juniors and seniors from Oregon and Washington are eligible to apply.
This year’s Portfolio Project program will be virtual.
The mission of the Portfolio Project is to increase the number of minority and low-income college and scholarship applicants. Our strategy is to ‘Engage, Enable, and Ensure’ 11th and 12th grade students across Washington and Oregon are equipped with the tools, access, and exposure necessary to reach their dreams and aspirations of attending college. Engage:Since the program’s inception in 2006, the Portfolio Project has impacted more than 1,000 students through weekly sessions that include: Access to college admissions professionals, essay writing workshops, financial aid/financial literacy workshops, guest speakers, and mentorship from industry professionals. Enable: Program participants will receive SAT/ACT prep resources, have an opportunity to attend UNCF Virtual Fall College Fair, which hosts over 1,200 attendees and provides access to a number educational institutions (including HBCUs); STEAM panel, HBCU panel, and scholarship workshops. Additionally, eligible seniors and alumni will have an opportunity to apply for the Portfolio Project Scholarship, which ranges from $500 – $3,000.Ensure:Over the course of the Program, UNCF has awarded more than $200,000 in scholarships to Portfolio Project participants. Over 85% of participants have been accepted in colleges and universities, many of whom are first-generation college students!
Program Dates and Times:
Date: Saturdays, September 12 – November 21, 2020Time: 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Click Student ApplicationClick here for the Mentor Application Contact Jaliya Washington
email@example.comWebsite https://uncf.org Portfolio.Project@UNCF.org or call 206 292 8859
UW Upward Bound
Upward Bound (UB) is a federally-funded program that assists students in their pursuit of a high school diploma and prepares them to enter and complete a post-secondary education program. Housed in the Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity, UW’s program is one of over 826 Upward Bound programs in the United States.
WHO WE SERVE
UW Upward Bound serves qualified students at Seattle’s Franklin, Chief Sealth International and Cleveland High Schools; and students from Kent-Meridian High School who are from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and/or will be the first in their family to complete a four-year college degree.
WHAT WE DO
SCHOOL YEAR SERVICES
- Academic Tutoring Test Preparation Workshops Financial Aid Workshops Scholarships, Internship, & College Application Assistance College Exploration & Planning College & Career Visits Community Service Opportunities Student Ambassador Leadership Program
6-WEEK SUMMER PROGRAM
- Classes Hosted on UW Seattle Campus Taught by College Faculty/Staff Field Trips:
- Overnight Camping Trip College Tours Cultural Events Career Visits (Microsoft)
firstname.lastname@example.org(206) 221-9123linktr.ee/uwtrioubUW TRIO Upward Bound is funded by the US Department of Education’s Office of Federal TRIO Programs and hosted by the UW’s Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
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To help low-income and potential first-generation college students succeed in high school, get accepted to college and STEM majors, and graduate with a STEM degree.
WHO SHOULD APPLY
Sophomores at Franklin who are:
- Motivated to pursue degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM)
- From a low-income family and/ or will be the first generation in their family to earn a four-year college degree
- A U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident and not participating in any other Federal TRIO Programs (Upward Bound or TRIO Talent Search)
Students can apply online at www.uwmsub.org/apply or get an application from their counselor.
WHAT WE DO
- Weekly academic advising
- Science, math and writing tutoring
- Saturday workshops at UW
- High School graduation assistance
- SAT/ACT test prep
- College, scholarship, financial and application advising
- Help with personal statements and application essays
- Preparation for STEM majors
- STEM Ambassadors program
- Service learning hours
- MakerSpace with 3D design and printing, Virtual Reality (VR), and drones
- Free transportation and lunches
- Six weeks of classes at UW
- STEM lectures by UW faculty
- STEM Survival sections and labs
- Independent research class
- Classes covering:
- Science, engineering, tech
- Algebra, calculus, statistics
- College prep and writing
- Foreign language
- Programming, robotics, 3D design and printing
- Research and internship opportunities
- Weekly STEM and college field trips
- Lunch stipends and free transportation
Social media: @uwmsub