Esperanza College introduces the “Each One Reach One Challenge”. The college is committed to enhance the knowledge, skills, and outlook of young people and adults so that they can live even more thoughtful, positive, productive, and purposeful lives.
What is the challenge?
The challenge is a mentoring scholarship program. The goal is to impact a young person’s life by empowering, motivating, advocating, an inspiriting. Mentoring positively contributes to the success of an individual. Mentored college students are more likely to earn higher grades, stay in school, graduate, and develop skills valued by employers. Mentors are those who have gone before and draw from a deep well of life experience. Would you be one?
How can I get involved?
- Recruit a student to attend Esperanza College
- Agree to mentor the student through graduation
- For more info, please email Ms. Yolanda Whidbee at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Esperanza College’s commitment?
- $500 scholarship in the mentor’s name
- Waive all admissions and testing fees for the student
- Host an annual luncheon with the mentor and mentee
What can students study at Esperanza College?
Students can earn their Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees here at the Esperanza College campus. Associate’s degrees available include: Accounting, Business Administration, Christian Ministry, Community & Human Services, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Medical Assisting, Middle Level Education, and Natural Science.
Esperanza College also offers credit bearing CDA, CDA certification, a Bilingual Transition Associate’s program, Dual-Enrollment courses, the Esperanza English Institute, and summer camps for high school students. For more information call us 215-324-0746 ext. 410. Click on the following link to read more about our programs and the admissions process.