Hello Friends, Family, and Colleagues,
For the past few months, I have been volunteering as a mentor to my new buddy Saladhin Kahsay (otherwise known as Sal). He is an intelligent High School Junior at Cambridge Latin Rindge High School with strong aspirations to attend Princeton. He has a passion for helping others - whether it is giving assists on the basketball court or aiding his classmated through a tough AP Bio Lab - and he wants to take that drive to study Biology while at Princeton.
Minds Matter believes that higher education should be accessable, regadless of socioeconomic status. Every dollar donated will be directly attributed to helping students like Sal within our program. Thank you all for your support!
More about Minds Matter
We believe that no student dedicated to earning a college education should be limited be their socioeconomic status. Minds Matter Boston empowers highly motivated, low-income students to achieve academic excellence and overcome barriers inhibiting opportunities for post-secondary education.
A three-year program beginning with students in the tenth grade of high school, Minds Matter Boston provides wrap-around services including 2:1 mentoring, professional ACT & Writing instruction, access to college-immersion summer programs and personalized college advising, to ensure these promising students gain college admission and experience college success. The length, depth, and variety of the interventions provided sets Minds Matter Boston apart from other college access programs and allows us to achieve unparalleled outcomes. Since its inception in 2003, 100% of Minds Matter Boston’s seniors have been accepted to a four-year college with generous financial aid.