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Pre-Collegiate Development Program, UCB The Pre-Collegiate Development Program at the University of Colorado at Boulder is an institutionally funded academic enhancement program for targeted middle and high school students. It is designed to motivate and prepare first-generation and underrepresented students in pursuit of their higher educational goals.
Roaring Fork School District Pre-Collegiate Program The program is a four-way partnership of the Roaring Fork School District, the University of Colorado, Colorado Mountain College and the Aspen Community Foundation. Its mission is to provide free academic and financial support to middle and high school students who would be the first generation in their families to graduate from college.
Pre-Collegiate Development Program, UCCS To provide academically motivate first-generation students with the academic preparation, opportunity, support and exposure necessary to attain a higher education and reach their potential utilizing Saturday Academies and summer programs.
Black Issues Forum, CSU Students are provided the opportunity to address issues they feel are pertinent to the Black community through research. Students develop their oral and written communication skills and enhance their leadership potential while interacting with community leaders and university faculty.
The Bridge Project, DU To provide educational opportunities for children living in Denver’s public housing neighborhoods so they graduate from high school, attend college, or learn a trade.
First Ascent Youth Leadership Program The program is designed to help students from various social and economic backgrounds develop confidence and leadership skills including: team building, problem solving, consensus building, conflict resolution and communication.
Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design/Pre-College Art Academy Our goal is to nurture the individual talents of non-traditional students who are not degree seeking but are professionals looking to fine tune their skills or seeking a creative outlet; and high school students that are looking for additional art and design training that will compliment and expand on what they are learning in the high school classroom.
Summer Bridge Program, CCD; Center for Academic Support & Achievement/TRiO Scholars The mission of Summer Bridge at CCD is to motivate and empower program participants and increase their knowledge of college life while setting goals for their academic future.
Pre-Collegiate Health Careers Program, UC Denver The mission of the Pre-Collegiate Health Careers Program is to provide first-generation college students with the academic preparation, opportunity, support and necessary exposure in the various health career options to attain a degree in higher education and reach their highest potential.
Pre-Collegiate of the Summit Our mission is to provide free academic and financial support to students who would like to be the first in their families to graduate from college. This goal is made possible with the collaboration of the University of Colorado, Colorado Mountain College, the Summit Foundation, and Summit School District.
College Assistance Migrant Program (C.A.M.P.) CAMP is designed to meet the academic, financial, and social needs of migrant and seasonal farm workers and their children in pursing higher education.
Gateway to College at Front Range Community College Gateway to College enables young adults ages 16 to 20 to earn a high school diploma while earning college credit toward a certificate, associate degree, or transfer credit.
Gateway to College at Pueblo Community College To serve students ages 17-20 who have dropped out of high school but have a desire to get back on track and earn a diploma and more. Through a partnership with Pueblo City Schools and Pueblo Community College, the Gateway to College National Network selected PCC to replicate the program for a fall 2009 startup.
Volunteers in Partnership (VIP) To partner with students, parents, faculty and staff from Denver West High School, Abraham Lincoln High School, Pinnacle Charter School, the Denver Center for International Studies, the Denver School of Science and Technology, and Rishel Middle School in a commitment: to promote self-esteem in students, to encourage students to complete high school and continue their education or training, to bridge the transitions between middle school, high school, post-secondary education or training and careers.