Project HOME College Access Program


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The Project HOME College Access Program is an after school and summer program designed for 9th – 12th grade students who have a vested interest in preparing themselves for college, trade school, and future careers. The program prepares teens for success after high school by providing support with academic retention, post-secondary education planning, and career readiness.

Students are required to attend the program two times per week. One evening per week, students participate in a seminar based on their grade level. Seminars encourage life skill building, professional development, identity and career exploration, and post-secondary planning. The second evening, students participate in a creative elective, and can choose between the following options:

· Music production,

· Film and photography,

· Culinary arts,

· Robotics,

· SMART lab.

Students are provided with opportunities to learn about different career fields, tour colleges and trade schools, volunteer in the community, and earn scholarship money to support their post-secondary education. All students are eligible for paid summer employment. Learn more about our program from our alumni OR Learn more about our program.

The Project HOME College Access Program runs Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, please contact Elizabeth Bryson, Teen and College Access Program Manager, at 484-229-3602, or fill out the Project HOME Teen Program Interest Form.

Additional Program Information

For more information, please contact Lekeisha Eubanks-Evans, Senior Director of Education and Workforce Programs, at 215-235-2900 x6204. 

The College Access Program schedule is Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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