Educational Success

Catalyst Summer Bridge Program 2024

 

The Catalyst Summer Bridge Program is a six and a half week academic experience for those who have experienced foster care to explore college life. Students meet each day to learn the ins and outs of college, engage in college-level coursework, connect with peers, and meet college staff members.

Students who complete the program can earn six college credit hours! They also receive a stipend, a computer and a dorm kit with everything they need to live on campus.

Students who complete the program will earn:

  • Six (6) college credit hours
  • A computer
  • A stipend
  • A dorm kit with essentials for living on campus
  • Enrollment in popular Opportunity Passport™ program
  • Enrollment in Works Wonders® program
Destiny Ellington

“Catalyst was a great opportunity for me to get ahead in college. It was also a great transition from high school to college. But the most beneficial part was being in a group of people that shared similar backgrounds. We are all connected and by the end of Catalyst we were all pretty close. I would say if anyone is considering doing Catalyst, do it, you won’t regret it.”

– Destiny E.

Foster Success | Tiffany Powell

Questions? Contact Tiffany Powell, Assistant Director of Outreach and Engagement - Education

tiffany@fostersuccess.org   •   317-917-8940, ext. 114   •   317-618-2268

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Catalyst Summer Bridge

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