Parent Engagement

Randomized controlled trial study conducted?

Advise TX College Advising Corps

Mission
To prepare and equip every graduating senior for life after high school graduation.
Program Description

The College Advising Corps is the nation's largest college access program working through 31 universities in 17 states. Within each chapter (including the University of Texas at Austin chapter) recent college graduates are selected for specific high schools to be imbedded in the school full-time to work with students daily to increase the number of low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented students entering and completing higher education.

Type of service
Other
Other type of service

College and Career Preparation after High School Graduation

Year Started
2010
Headquarter Location (City, State)
Austin, Texas
States of Operation
Texas
Operation Locations
Central Texas, Dallas, El Paso, Rio Grande Valley
Most recent number of students served
8345
Grade Levels
9th Grade,
10th Grade,
11th Grade,
12th Grade
Languages Offered
English,
Spanish
Setting
During School
Delivery Mode
In-Person
Virtual
Student-Tutor Ratio
Varies
Number of Sessions Per Week
Varies
Number of Minutes Per Session
Varies
Number of Weeks Per Program
Varies
Does your program engage with parents?
Yes
Organization Type
Nonprofit
Customer Type
School
Cost to District/ School/ Non-Profit
Annual school fee
Cost to Student
Free
Type of Tutor
Tutoring staff
Contact Name
Cheryl Sawyer

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