Providing high school students with grade-specific, individualized support and valuable information to apply to four-year colleges.
JBBBSLA’s Erwin Rautenberg College Guidance Program was launched in 2015 to address the acute needs for college counseling and support among students participating in our mentorship and camp programs, many of whom are the first in their families to attend college. The program provides high school students, who do not have regular access to a college counselor at their school, with grade-specific, individualized support to apply to four-year colleges.
HOW PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS BENEFIT
By participating in the program, students:
Applicants must submit the following:
Qualified applicants will also to go through a phone interview with College Guidance staff.
The application is now CLOSED. Please check back in January 2021.
In order to be considered for the program, students must meet the following eligibility criteria:
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles provides three unique scholarships to high school graduates who have participated in one of our programs. Since 1999, we have provided more than $2 million in scholarships.
We provide these scholarships to help eligible students achieve their higher educational goals, whether at a four-year university or trade school. Anyone who participated in one of our programs may be eligible (criteria are below).
Scholarship funds can be used to cover the cost of tuition, books, school supplies, rent, transportation, and/or program fees.
The JBBBSLA Scholarship provides college scholarships to eligible Littles who have been matched for a minimum of two years (current matches) OR whose match lasted at least two years and ended after the Little’s 14th birthday (closed matches).
The Rising Leaders Scholarship provides college scholarships to eligible campers who served as a CIT for two years or a CIT for one year and a Teen Camper for one summer session at Camp Bob Waldorf.
The Arnold S. Nelson Scholarship Program provides college scholarships to campers who have completed at least one Witherbee Wilderness Backpacking trip.
Students applying for a scholarship must complete an application and interview with the appropriate Scholarship Committee. Our scholarships prioritize financial need, academic performance and community service.
For more information on these scholarships or to begin the application process, please contact Carina Garcia, Director of Scholarship and Alumni Programs at (323) 456-1164 or email@example.com.
JBBBSLA’s Student Ambassador Program was established in 2017 to connect current Scholars across JBBBSLA’s three scholarship offerings (Rising Leaders, JBBBSLA, and Nelson Scholarship) who attend the same university to build a strong sense of community among Scholars and create a supportive network of like-minded peers.
HOW STUDENT AMBASSADORS BENEFIT