36 MILLION AMERICANS STARTED COLLEGE BUT NEVER GRADUATED, IN THE LAST TWO DECADES ALONE.
They are now without degrees and many struggle with prohibitive debt.
The Education Class Divide
Across America, lower-income students with high test scores are less likely to graduate from college than higher-income students with low test scores. Higher education is a pathway to social mobility and financial stability.
A Model for Success. A Promise for Tomorrow.
Give Something Back (Give Back) provides mentoring, college readiness programs and scholarships to students who face adversity every day, but are still academically driven. Success for our scholars means graduating in four years with no debt from tuition, fees, and room and board.
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Books by Give Back Founder, Robert Carr
Net proceeds go directly to Give Something Back
Addresses the struggles and valiant efforts of students to overcome financial adversity and other hardships. Drawing on the research and experience of Give Something Back, a scholarship program for lower income students, this book outlines strategies to chart a successful and affordable college path.
A triumphant story of humility, possibility, breakthrough, and giving back that inspires readers to embrace the hope and promise that life is never an impossibility. Robert Carr reflects decades of struggle that took him to the brink of financial ruin at age fifty after one of the most devastating data breaches ever. Carr’s story is a vulnerable and honest depiction of starting true to the values that supported the turbulent times which allowed him to breakthrough in business, life, and in doing good for others.
Recent Blog Posts
Learn more about Loyola University graduate, Samantha Benson, and her journey to pursue a career in Social Work.
Learn how Give Something Back is bring innovative and challenging learning practices to grade school students.
Learn more about 2014 U of I graduate and Give Back alum, Nicole Kwilos, and her future in pharmacy.