Our Career Mentoring Program
The goal of our career mentoring program is to ensure that students are prepared for post-secondary education, trade schools, or entry-level professional success. These are some of the skills that we work on throughout the program:
- professional communication skills
- knowledge about the college application process
- knowledge about career fields
- soft-skills for career development
- self-efficacy for personal and professional problem-solving and goal-setting
Our career mentoring program is designed for underserved high school students in your community.
The program curriculum supports healthy decision-making in young people by providing them with professional adult mentors who can listen, guide, and provide meaningful opportunities.
At the end of the program, participating students will have the opportunity to apply for scholarships of up to $40,000 per student from an exclusive scholarship fund allocated to this program by the SFIG Foundation.
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About Scholarship America
For more than 50 years, Scholarship America has worked diligently with students, parents, colleges, businesses, and communities to empower people to fulfill their college dreams. As the nation’s largest non-profit private-sector scholarship and education support organization, having distributed over $3.1 billion to more than 2 million students, Scholarship America is now working to further engage the private sector to support programs and policies that advance equity in post-secondary education and help students overcome barriers to access. ScholarshipAmerica.org
About SFIG Foundation
The SFIG Foundation is an affiliate of the Structured Finance Industry Group, Inc. (“SFIG”), a member-based trade industry group focused on improving and strengthening the broader structured finance and securitization market. The SFIG Foundation seeks to support youth education and partners with Scholarship America and Mentor Foundation USA to provide scholarship programs for the young people engaged in Mentor Foundation’s programs. The SFIG Foundation also connects scholarship winners to the significant network of the SFIG membership, which represents all sectors of the securitization market including issuers, investors, financial intermediaries, law firms, accounting firms, technology firms, rating agencies, servicers, and trustees. SFIGFoundation.org