2012 Give Back Alum, Zak Pedersen, is a knockout in the classroom and the boxing ring. Learn how his latest venture exemplifies the spirit of giving back.
Give Back founder, Robert Carr, describes him as a “dynamic thinker who has engaged with hundreds of colleges all over the country.” Learn more about our newest board member, John Murphy.
On average, college graduates earn 56% more than high school graduates. This is the largest gap since 1973 and it has dire consequences for those whose education is cut short.
January is National Mentoring Month! Founded in 2002, National Mentoring Month focuses national attention on the need for mentors and how collectively, individuals and organizations, can work together to help build positive outcomes for our young people.
As part of National Mentoring Month this January, our Director of Student Mentor Services shares his expertise on the most effective ways to serve as a mentor.
Give Back Founder, Robert Carr, shares 6 key strategies to chart a successful and affordable college career. Start planning with these important steps.
Many kids from lower-income families don’t have the financial means or support to earn a college degree. Give Something Back Foundation is changing that for some students.
After several months of reconstruction, GSBF reopened Lincoln Landing on June 14.
The Give Something Back Foundation recently hired a Director of Philanthropy, but we didn’t go through the usual employment agency or job board route to fill this important position. Instead, we dipped into a pool of candidates we are particularly proud of — our GSBF alumni. Frances Higgins Brodeur was part of GSBF’s first cohort […]
Allison Price, mentor and program manager for the Give Something Back Foundation, describes how her first day on the job set a new bar for memorable life moments.