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PROGRAMS OVERVIEW

WEEKLY TUTORING & ACADEMIC SUPPORT

MENTORING & COACHING

COLLEGE APPLICATION SUPPORT

POST-SECONDARY GUIDANCE

COLLEGE TOWN

College Town provides afterschool and summer programming focused on academic performance, leadership, and soft skills for students in grades 8-11. College Town prepares low-income, high-potential students to be college-ready by 12th grade.

  • Comprehensive weekly 1:1 tutoring
  • Job shadow program
  • Summer leadership camp
  • Community service
  • 8-week ACT/SAT Prep Course
  • COLLEGE APPS ACADEMY

    College Apps Academy serves 12th graders and provides year-long guidance with the entire college application process, including school research and selection, college essay writing and editing, application submission, and financial aid assistance.

  • School research and selection
  • College essay writing and editing
  • Application submission
  • Financial aid and scholarship support
  • Soft skills for college success
  • THE ALUMNI NETWORK

    The Alumni Network serves Reality Changers’ 2,500+ program graduates and provides college success support and career services, networking and social events, and opportunities for alumni to give back to their communities.

  • Support to finish a four-year degree
  • Post-secondary academic guidance
  • Internship & employment resources
  • Professional networking opportunities
  • ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS

    SUMMER LEADERSHIP CAMP

    We offer a three-day leadership camp to students in College Town and College Apps Academy the weekend before the new school year begins. This motivates all participants to get the best grades possible and help to change the realities and struggles of their past.

    UCSD'S ACADEMIC CONNECTIONS

    Reality Changers covers the costs of UCSD's Academic Connections for students who earn a 3.5 GPA. This three-week college residential program is where students take college classes, live on UCSD's campus in dorms, and earn college-prep units every summer after 9th, 10th, and 11th grade.

    JOB SHADOW

    Job Shadow Week gives students the opportunity to learn from a working professional for a 1/2 day during their spring breaks. Job Shadow hosts show what it is like to have a job in their occupation and let students carry out basic tasks.