We are seeking 10 VOLUNTEERS for our Summer & After School Programs
College Clinic provides educational and college preparatory programs helping students and parents navigate through the college application process. More than 10,000 middle and high school students have experienced our college-bound and goal planning workshops. Annually, College Clinic awards a graduating senior with a $1,000 College Scholarship.
$1,000 COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP
College Clinic offers courses fit the busy lifestyle of students and parents providing classes through a distant learning platform and traditional classroom settings.
College Clinic is honored to announce our $1,000 College Scholarship essay content winner is Samrawit T. from Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School in Atlanta, Georgia.
Samrawit will be attending Georgia State University, majoring in Pre-Nursing in the Fall.
We salute all of the students in the Class of 2018 in their academic dreams to greatness!
Virtual Classroom, Accountability Group, Group Coaching
1-on-1 Coaching, Financial Aid Resources, Customized Curriculums
BOOK COLLEGE CLINIC TO LEAD YOUR COLLEGE-BOUND CONVERSATION
Are you a high school or community program in need of a college-bound facilitator? Looking for a college-bound expert to speak to your students and parents about what life and learning looks life after high school? College Clinic will customize your experience based on your academic needs.
tRANSITIONING STUDENTS INTO COLLEGE & BEYOND
60-Minute Workshops, Senior Parent Night, PTA Meetings, Social Group Classes
Our community partnership with Microsoft Store (Perimeter Mall), we provide hands-on experiences with customers in the retail store using the Surface Pro tablets with access to our online curriculum on Microsoft OneNote.
Join our Team!
We are hiring for 10 POSITIONS
for our classroom
& community programs
Each year, College Clinic awards one graduating senior with a $1,000 College Scholarship to the winner of the 500-word essay contest, Write Your Graduation Speech.
Help us raise $1,000
to award one student
a college scholarship