Valuing Success

We are devoted to the growth of our students and have committed to valuing their successes.

Program Success

Discover our success in retaining, developing, and graduating future leaders.

Impactful Programs

Hear from our students and mentors on how the program has been beneficial to them.

Our program’s core values contribute to the success of the college students we are able to retain, develop, and graduate.

Our values are aligned to ensure the best chances of success for countless college students.


Every year, we are losing talented college students. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, we lose over 64% of minority college students who attend college. Our Foundation values college retention as a gateway to increase of self-sufficiency for countless students.


While in college, students have the opportunity to develop marketable skills that help them to find gainful employment. According to the Society for Human Resources, companies spend on average $4,129 to train and onboard employees which can be too costly for companies. We believe that we can make an investment in students during their college years, through over 30+ hours of professional development and life skills training.


After graduating from college, we want for students to find ways to become productive members in society. According to the New York Fed, 44% of college students are underemployed, meaning that they are more highly skilled than the jobs they take require. Utilizing their developed soft skills skills and knowledge, we equip them to become leaders in corporations and communities in which they live and serve are improved. Our investment in our students during college will help to prevent underemployment and advance communities.


Our program’s work is in alignment with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Boards’s 60x30TX plan. To learn more about the goal of 60% of all Texas residents ages 25-34 completing an Associates or Bachelors degree by 2030, visit the THECB’s Website for 60x30TX.

Former President Obama's 2020 Higher Education Goal

In higher education, the U.S. has been outpaced internationally. And while more than half of college students graduate within six years, the completion rate for low-income students is around 25 percent. Former President Obama set a new goal for the country that by 2020, America would once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world. Learn more about his focus on higher education here.


student collegiate retention since program inception


volunteer hours donated during last two mentorship program years


graduation rate for all mentorship program seniors


of scholarship awards and mentorship program grants given to college students in last two years

Our programs have been successful in retaining, developing, and graduating talented minority college students.

Since inception, we have been able to graduate 100% of our program’s seniors and successfully retain 100% of the students who participated in our mentorship program. We also have donated over 1220 volunteer hours in last two years, equating to approximately over $32,000 in volunteer contributions. Each year, we release an annual report to track our progress and impact. You can download a copy of our annual reports below.

We are committed to transparency as we make our impact.

We are committed to sharing transparency on how funds are used to advance our mission and vision. Download past 990 forms for our Foundation.

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