The Black Achievers Program is a college readiness program that provides students with an educational and social outlet that aspires to motivate them to pursue post-secondary education
The YMCA Black Achievers program provides purposeful targeted programming geared towards educating all teens. Throughout the school year we try to keep students engaged with a plethora of activities including but not limited to: Bi-weekly meetings held at Porter-Gaud School Speakers from various professions and walks of life World of Work Tours to local businesses In and Out-of-State College Tours SAT Prep and tutoring available
Mission: It is the goal of the Black Achievers Program to create educated, involved individuals that aim to contribute to the overall well-being their communities. It is our hope that in exposing students to the many opportunities afforded to them, they will realize that the options they possess are limitless when it comes to their futures.
kfcscholars.org is looking for high school seniors with entrepreneurial drive, strong perseverance, demonstrated financial need and who want to pursue a college education at an accredited public institution in the state they reside.
2010 - 2011
Daniel Island School is a BCSD School serving children in Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Before posting, please review our Terms of Engagement.
Academic Honor Society for students with Criminal Justice majors.
CDA is An Intellect Construction Enterprise; Developing Minds, Building Character, and Engineering Futures. Where excellence is a standard expectation and where standards are expected to be excellent.
New Beginnings Community Church Weekday School is a half-day christian preschool providing fun and learning for infants to K4. NBCC Weekday School is located on beautiful James Island, SC.
The Honors College at the College of Charleston: A Tradition of Academic Excellence, a Culture of Collaboration, a Vision of Global Impact
College of Charleston Geology Club
VskiCosmetology School is the premiere private Cosmetology School located in Charleston, SC. Applications are now being accepted. Stop by today for a tour!
The mission of the Charleston School of Law Trial Advocacy Board (TAB) is to prepare students to become ethical, experienced, and zealous lawyer-advocates.
CHARLESTON'S FIRST CREATIVE ARTS CENTER OFFERING DROP-IN! Located at 320 W Coleman Blvd, Mt. Pleasant & 57 Windermere Blvd. Charleston SC 29407
Citadel Service Learning is committed to enhancing leadership development, ethics, and service learning amongst all Citadel students, faculty, and staff.
The Minorities in Marine and Environmental Sciences (MIMES) Program is a 12-week summer research internship funded by the National Science Foundation.