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East Harlem Tutorial Program is excited to launch our first fundraising campaign to support EHTP's High School and College Scholars Programs! Your donations can make an immediate impact on our programs, see below for what your contribution can do:
$25 can purchase school supplies for one student: (notebooks, pens, highlighters, pencils)
$56 can pay for one student's college application fee
$77 can purchase bedding for a dorm room (those twin xl sheets, you remember!)
$103 covers transportation for one student to visit a college
$250 can provide one semester of college textbooks for a student
$510 can cover the enrollment deposit for a student to confirm their decision to go to the school of their choice
$758 provides a laptop for a graduating high school senior in our program
$1,000 covers the tuiton costs of a summer pre-college program (these kinds of programs are essential to preparing our students for the transition to college life)
With your support, our students will receive the tools and resources they need to realize their best possible selves.
To learn more about these programs, please see below.
EHTP High School and College Scholars Programs:
The High School Program is a year-round college readiness program for grades 9-12 that focuses on college preparation and admissions. Scholars take classes that boost writing and science skills, SAT test-preparation, assistance with the college application process, financial aid coordination, mentoring, and counseling. After graduation, high school scholars transition into the College Scholars Program.
EHTP’s College Scholars program, launched in 2012, provides students the support and resources to successfully navigate the complexities of higher education, stay on track to graduate, and prepare for careers.