Educational programs

Seton Hall’s Adelante Student Latino Organization, Educational

Opportunity Program (EOP) and the Make the Road Organization to host a College Prep

Workshop where we will be offering different information sessions for minority students and

their parents. These sessions would include college application essay tutoring, FAFSA guidance

and advising, as well as EOP mentorship. We will also be offering translation services from

English to Spanish for the families that may need it.

The activity would take place at Seton Hall University campus in South Orange, New Jersey on

Saturday, December 1, 2018. The program will begin at 9 am to 2 pm and will include breakfast

and lunch. There are 40 spaces available for students, and we would like to count on your help

to reach out to families that may benefit from this workshop.

Students interested should fill out the online form found in the following link.

Registration form

College mentoring program at the YMCA Summit, NJ

GOAL: To provide mentoring support to motivated college bound, first generation students with committed supportive parents in the Summit YMCA community by guiding them through high school to successfully navigate the entire college process. Provide group and one-on-one mentorship to create a college-going culture throughout the high school experience from 9th – 12th grade.






  • ORIENTATION Introduction to Achievers & Destination College Oct. 9th 7:15 – 8pm, Summit Public Library for Students & Parents


  • MEETING Destination College Focus: Application Process Oct. 10th 6 – 8, Summit Public Library Conference Room for 12th Grade students


See attached documents below for meeting schedule and more details.


Achievers 2018 - 19 Schedule New.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 495.3 KB
2018 Achievers Program Application.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 299.5 KB
Destination College - program outline.d
Microsoft Word Document 57.9 KB

Community Service/Volunteer Work

Reeves-Reed Arboretum, 165 Hobart Avenue, Summit, NJ 07901


Reeves-Reed Arboretum runs a program called Discovery Saturdays from March through October.  Discovery Saturdays is a program for families with young children and each week they focus on a different aspect of nature such as dragonflies, fish, vegetables, etc. The Arboretum is looking for student volunteers who would like to join them for Discovery Saturdays (10:00am-1:00pm) and try their hands at translating, real time, with young children.


Please contact Trish Cassin, the Volunteer Coordinator at Reeves-Reed Arboretum for more information at

908.273.8787 x1616

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00am-4:00pm



Jack Kent Cooke Foundation  is dedicated to advancing the education of exceptionally promising students who have financial need. There are scholarships available for high school students and community college students who want to transfer to selective four-year colleges or universities.


Click on the link below for details.