Our partner colleges are working hard to accommodate and support current and future students affected by the coronavirus. Learn how our partners in Kansas and Illinois are responding.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused hardships for many students. In New York, our partner colleges are making great strides to ensure students start and continue their education.
Meet our newest Give Back staff member from our Illinois office!
Times are complicated. You are stressed by deadlines, and there’s so much happening. Living through this pandemic, your days may lack structure and your academic performance and mental health are affected. We’d like to help you create structure within the uncertainty that surrounds us.
Partner school, Whitney Point High School is no exception. Located in northern Broome County, NY, Whitney Point HS is committed to providing high-quality education and professional development to its students.
On January 30, representatives from Goals and Assists — the partnership between Give Something Back and the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation, presented a $500,000 check to Neumann University that would pre-pay scholarships for students in need. Learn more about the partnership.
Give Something Back partnered with Mercy College in 2017 because of the shared goal of serving a diverse student body through innovative mentoring initiatives. Come join us as we explore its main campus, Dobbs Ferry.
Mentoring is a vital component of the Give Back program, and mentor Diana Cepela plays a critical role in the development of our scholars. Learn more.
Colin Reum is a 2018 graduate of Lewis University and proud alum of Give Back. Learn more about his story on the blog.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is an online form designed as the first step if a student is seeking government aid to cover the cost of college. Learn about all the requirements on the blog.