The Suit is the Uniform For Success

The Suit is the Uniform For Success

A Glance at our Progress

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Scholarships Given
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Community Mentor/
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Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide the resources to increase college, and career transition for high school seniors. We motivate students to become financially literate as well as a leader in order to excel in a higher learning environment; and ultimately, in life.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide the resources to increase college, and career transition for high school seniors. We motivate students to become financially literate as well as a leader in order to excel in a higher learning environment; and ultimately, in life.

Graduation Driven

With the growing demand for college-educated workers, a college education is one of the surest ways into the middle class. To help more students afford and graduate from college, our nation has taken steps to address these challenges –doubling Federal investments in Pell Grants and college tax credits, reforming student loans, and taking new steps to reduce college costs and improve value. But while our administration continues to push for changes that keep college affordable for all students and families, we can and must be doing more to get more low-income and minority students prepared for college, enrolled in quality institutions, and graduating.

  • While half of all people from high-income families have a bachelor’s degree by age 25, just 1 in 10 people from low-income families do
  • When children born into the bottom fifth of the income distribution get a college degree, their chances of making it to the top nearly quadruple, and their chances of making it out of the bottom increase by more than 50 percent.
  • Colleges have grown more competitive, restricting access. While the number of applicants to four-year colleges and universities has doubled since the early 1970s, available slots have changed little.

Graduation Driven

With the growing demand for college-educated workers, a college education is one of the surest ways into the middle class. To help more students afford and graduate from college, our nation has taken steps to address these challenges –doubling Federal investments in Pell Grants and college tax credits, reforming student loans, and taking new steps to reduce college costs and improve value. But while our administration continues to push for changes that keep college affordable for all students and families, we can and must be doing more to get more low-income and minority students prepared for college, enrolled in quality institutions, and graduating.

  • While half of all people from high-income families have a bachelor’s degree by age 25, just 1 in 10 people from low-income families do
  • When children born into the bottom fifth of the income distribution get a college degree, their chances of making it to the top nearly quadruple, and their chances of making it out of the bottom increase by more than 50 percent.
  • Colleges have grown more competitive, restricting access. While the number of applicants to four-year colleges and universities has doubled since the early 1970s, available slots have changed little.

Program Helps Students Dress for Success at Local High School

Image and character go hand in hand. #SuitsForSeniors is dedicated to empowering young high school seniors who need a boost and a helping hand. We are empowering the students by mentoring the seniors about key vaules and skills neccesary to better themselves personally and professional. The Tailored Suit you can say is the icing on the cake

How Can YOU Help?

Schools or organizations interested in the program should reach out directly to the organization to discuss the intentions and unique curriculum of the program. Mentors and speakers are welcomed to address college transition, leadership,career exploration, and developing a personal vision for a successful future.
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