Creating College & Career Mindsets
Students begin making decisions about their college and career aspirations as early as middle school.
When students have access to necessary resources and support, they are more likely to make informed decisions about their post-secondary options and develop a college-going identity.
A Program with Impact
"I was thinking about not going to college because school was hard, but now I know if I study as hard as anybody else, I can still get into college and maybe even go to Harvard."
Former Project Teach Participant
"They see students who look like them at Harvard. They can find themselves. They realize, 'This is a possibility; I can do this.'"
Principal, James W. Hennigan Elementary School
"Students need to believe that they can go to college. It’s having the opportunity to master that experience, not simply being told that they’re able to do it."
Researcher and writer, Harvard Graduate School of Education