YCCP

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Urban Financial Services Coalition-Puget Sound Chapter
Central District Youth College and Career Project
APPLICATION
Steered by Central District Youth with Purpose

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Welcome Everyone,

It is time to get started to apply to colleges, for scholarship, and prepare to do well on the SAT/ACT exam.

I wanted to restate our goals, priorities, and desired outcomes we discussed during our kick-off meeting in March. – You and youth who are sophomores, juniors or seniors (In Seattle Area High Schools) with a DRIVE TO ATTEND COLLEGE are invited to attend the Princeton Review SAT/ACT Test Preparation; gain knowledge on essay and resume writing for college and hear from working professionals.

We, The Youth College and Career Project (YCCP), received a grant from the Seattle Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF) to pay for forty (40) students to take the test(s). The cost : FREE, FREE, FREE. (Current fee for those who have to pay: $600+)

Big Picture Goals:

  • Complete College Application:
  • Apply for Scholarship
  • Perform well on SAT/ACT exams
  • Graduate from high school

Priorities:

  • Students provide completed information upon request.
  • Provide assistance to completing documents during weekly sessions.
  • Provide feedback to students and parents question.

Let’s do this!
We’ve talked about this project for months. It’s finally time to deliver. Let’s make our community, family and friends proud by completing our application, doing well on the SAT./ACT, and graduate from high school. We know what to do – now let’s make it happen!

SCHEDULE

Saturday, September 13th –
The Central District College and Career 2014 Kick-Off – YCCP Team
Time – 10:30 am
College Essay Writing – Winifred Rosborough-Gillins, M. Ed
Time – NOON – 2:00 pm
Location – King County Skyway Library, Room 1 – 7614 S 126th Street, Seattle, WA 98178

Saturday, September 27 – Princeton Review SAT/ACT Test Preparation –
Julie Smith-The Princeton Review
Time – 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Location – FAME MLK Community Center – 3201 (Arrival Time – 8:45 am)
East republican St. – Seattle, WA. 98122 *Date and Location for Parents and Students to review
Test Scores will be announced at the end of the test. *

Saturday, October 4 – $ Show Me the Money $ – Julie Smith-The Princeton Review
Time – NOON – 3:00 pm
Financial Aid/FAFSA – How to fill out the application
Location – Douglass-Truth Library – 2300 E. Yesler Way, Seattle, WA 98122

Saturday, Otober 11 – College Readiness Writing –Winifred Rosborough-Gillins, M. Ed –
TIME: NOON-3:00pm
Resume Builders – How to create a perfect resume or curriculum vitae (CV)
Personal Statement – How do I sell myself using the information on you resume or CV

It’s not only about what’s on paper but how you present it
Students will be assigned presentation dates. Presentations will be 5-7 minutes and you will be graded on your presentation and portfolio.
Location – Douglass-Truth Library – 2300 E. Yesler Way, Seattle, WA 98122

Saturday, November, DTBD – PROGRAM CELEBRATION


 

Meeting & Training Location:

Skyway Library – 7614 S. 126th Street, Seattle, WA 98178
FAME MLK Community Center – 3201 East republican St. Seattle, WA 98112
Douglass Truth Library, 2300 E. Yesler Way, Seattle, WA 98122
NWM – 2300 S. Massachusetts St., Seattle, WA 98144

Additional questions, comments, and completed application are to be emailed to:
mentorship@ufscps.org or (Call 206-853-9778) Share this project on Facebook and Twitter

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Please contact mentorship@ufsps.org for more information

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