Elaine Connelly is one of our mentors via the Osborne Association. Our first two New York scholars benefit from their program and are mentored by Elaine.
Lauren Yates became the first person in her family to receive a college degree. Learn about Lauren’s journey to become a school counselor.
Give Back scholar Andrew Coates has big dreams of becoming an actor. Learn about his experiences with Disney Dreamers Academy.
On October 10th, 100 Give Back scholars from New Jersey attended a dinner to celebrate their hard work. We enjoyed a delicious meal, listened to student and university speakers, and heard from Bob Carr himself. Thank you to all who joined us!
Read more on the powerful story of first generation college graduate, Sergio Gonzalez.
Give Back is fortunate to have the devoted leadership of Denise Harper-Richardson, Dana That and Craig Dorsi molding young scholars at Channel View High School in Rockaway, NY. Take a look at the impact of their initiatives.
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.