Assisting college students
to reach their full potential
Every semester, a new class of future leaders prepare for graduate studies, gaining knowledge they will use to create a better tomorrow. But when minority students have a 6 year graduation rate of 43%*, there is need for support to ensure they can succeed. Our foundation supports the development of leaders through mentorship and scholarships.
* Zinshteyn, Mikhail. The Hechinger Report. Web. 26 June 2016. <http://hechingerreport.org/college-graduation-rates-rise-racial-gaps-persist-men-still-earn-women/>
Help us aid countless college students.
Through your donations, we are able to offer multiple scholarships to Austin area students. Through our scholarship, they are pared with a local mentor who will provide career guidance, networking opportunities, and moral support.Donate to our scholarship
Friend for a Journey Mentorship ProgramDuring the year, our scholarship winners and a select few applicants will go through a year long mentorship program. Students will be pared with mentors, who will assist in answer questions and providing a confidant in helping the students reaching their own goals. Learn more about our Mentorship Program by visiting our mentorship page.
Susan Moore-Fontenot and Richard Fontenot Honorary ScholarshipEach January, our foundation will give out two scholarships to Austin-area college students. These two scholarships seek to find a special male and female college student to award. Our scholarships are in honor of Susan Moore-Fontenot and Richard Fontenot of Baytown, TX. Learn more on our scholarship page, including the application and deadlines.
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