Some of our Give Back scholars attend Channel View High School in Rockaway, New York. Read more on the partnership and the unique curriculum inspired by the Outward Bound Network.
Meet Angie, a 2017 graduate from Lewis University and the first in her family to graduate college. Learn more about Angie’s career now and the impact of the Give Back scholarship.
Choosing your future college is one of the bigger decisions you’ll make. Take a look at some Do’s and Don’ts from our previous Give Back graduates so that you make the right decision for your future!
On September 15, all of our Give Back New York students attend the Fall Scholar event at the State University of New York. At the luncheon, students heard from the Presidents of Queens College and Mercy College, as well as from our founder, Bob Carr.
This past summer, Give Back in Illinois and New York kicked off their first ever book club. Scholars came together to discuss Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian. The book tackles the typical challenges of a teenager, all with a humorous twist on adolescence, sports, and being apart of multiple communities. Head over to the blog to learn more about summer book club with our scholars!
Join us in celebrating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I at the historic previous residence of our 28th president, Woodrow Wilson.
Give Back is fortunate to have Julie Branchaw, our new Program Manager in the Midwest region. Learn more about Julie’s prior experiences and what led her to Give Back!
Learn more about Alumni Mike Bierovic and his journey to medical school with the support of Give Back.
Get to know ninth grade school counselor, Jen Schneider and her impact on Give Back’s partner school, Queens College!
Learn more about the unique mentorship program City Rocks, an organization that facilitates a support system for teenagers through the sport of rock climbing.