Volunteer at Latino U College Access and make a difference in a student’s life by helping them reach their college goals and fulfill their potential.
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Help to change a life and make college dreams a reality.
Latino U College Access relies on the generous donations of individuals like you, and receives philanthropic support from private foundations and corporations to help Latino youth receive a higher education and a chance at an exciting future.
Ivy Global also collaborates with guidance offices and parent organizations to provide free seminars and workshops for local schools and organizations.
To learn more, please contact info@or 1-888-588-7955.
Cost: Free Anyone interested in attending a top US college should attend this seminar.
We will provide a complete overview of the entire application process, revealing the inside knowledge of what it takes to get into some of the best schools. The application procedure for college is often overwhelming.
Top colleges like the Ivy League schools take a holistic approach to evaluating students, taking into consideration the students' grades, SAT scores, extra-curricular activities and college essays.
In this seminar, we will reveal the details that make or break an application.
The seminar will cover the following topics: Download our free College Guide Cost: Free Today, top colleges are looking for leaders and 71% of hiring managers value leadership skills over IQ in an employee.
Despite this, leadership skills are rarely taught at the high school level.
During this seminar, we will give an overview of what leadership is and discuss some of the life skills and habits that serve students both in the college admissions process and beyond.
This seminar will cover: Cost: Free Ivy Global’s college essay workshop provides an overview of the best strategies for brainstorming and drafting personal essays that will stand out in the competitive college admissions process.
The workshop addresses the requirements for the Common Application essay, as well as coordination among individual school supplements.
Each workshop is conducted by one of Ivy Global’s experienced essay editors, who are experts in helping students brainstorm and draft compelling essays that strongly convey each student’s unique background, passions, and personal voice.
Junho has led Ivy Global's College Counseling division since 2007.
He has personally helped close to 500 students navigate the college admissions process and get into top colleges.
The number of students who have got into top colleges are in the double digits for such schools as Harvard, Princeton, Yale, UPenn, Cornell and Columbia.
Writing Sample You should express your thoughts clearly and organize your ideas in paragraphs so that they will make sense to a reader.
Your essay should be well developed with many specific details and at least two pages (four sides) in length.
Correct grammar and sentence structure are important.
The government has made many addictive substances illegal because they may harm the health of those who take them.
But alcohol and tobacco may also be dangerous to a person’s health, and they are legal.
Should the government make these substances illegal?
Support your viewpoint with specific details from your knowledge or experience.
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?
Teenagers should not have jobs while they are still in high school.
Reading Comprehension Arithmetic Skills Elementary Algebra Sentence Skills This subtest is administered only to students applying to the college under the 24-Credit Hour GED program, home-schooled students, and international high school students applying for financial aid.
Since our launch, Latino U has had tremendous impact reaching thousands of students and parents eager to receive much needed information and guidance.
Our bilingual, culturally-relevant programs focus on increasing Latino youth’s access to college resources and guiding them through the process from their senior year of high school until college graduation.
In three years, over 1,900 parents and students have attended out information sessions delivered in local high schools and community centers throughout the year.
Volunteer College Coaches and Near-Peer Mentors provide students with support and guidance applying and succeeding in college.
Help students through ongoing and one-time volunteer opportunities.