A Heartfelt Thank You to our Amazing College PASS Sponsors!

We are thrilled to extend our deepest gratitude to our sponsors for their unwavering support of The Education Equalizer Foundation’s College PASS program! Thanks to your generosity and commitment, we have successfully enrolled 30 talented students into this transformative, multi-year college preparedness program. These scholars, along with their families, will now have the resources and guidance they need to access numerous colleges and secure scholarships for their higher education journey.

Join us for our ACT/SAT Prep Session on June 17 at 8a EST

Thanks to the Walmart Foundation,, the Education Equalizer Foundation hosted its inaugural ACT and SAT prep course. “Any middle through high school-aged student preparing for the ACT and SAT exam should consider taking this course. It will help them secure money for scholarships in college and improve their test-taking skills,” said Dr. Kerwin Scott, EEF Co-Founder. The course is 100% virtual, and the class size is limited to ten students. The small class size enables test takers to get the tutoring they need to beat the ACT and SAT exams.

Call for Panelists: College Preparation Access and Student Success

One of the unique aspects of CPASS is its focus on building community. Through regular meetings and events, students can connect with their peers and form relationships with others who share their goals and aspirations. This sense of community can be particularly important for students who may be the first in their families to attend college or come from underrepresented backgrounds.

Dr. Kerwin Scott, EEF Co-Founder, presents the Black Males in Medicine Scholarship

We are thrilled to extend our warmest congratulations to Dr. Kerwin Scott, the Founder and Board Vice Chairman of The Education Equalizer Foundation (EEF), for earning a graduate certificate in Periodontics from the prestigious University of Florida School of Dentistry. This accomplishment reflects his dedication and hard work and positions him as a trailblazer since he is the first Black male to graduate from the program. We humbly acknowledge that the first black person to graduate from this program was Dr. Bianca Newman, a Black woman. Newman and Scott attended Meharry Medical College and earned a Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree before attending the University of Florida for residency.

EEF End Gun Violence Oratory Cash Prize Competition

Our foundation has been approved to host a community project this summer centered around the impact of gun violence. This event is promoted by the City of Gainesville and is in collaboration with other organizations nationwide. We are interested in partnering with you to make the project successful. We are especially interested in mental health professionals, orators, writing coaches, and a three-person committee to serve as judges for our competitors. 

Summer Career and College Preparedness Series: Unleash Your Potential for Future Success for High School Seniors

Summer is the perfect time for high school seniors to prepare for their future endeavors, whether exploring career options, considering a gap year, or planning for college. In this career and preparedness series, Dani Tan will guide you through the essential steps to unlock your potential and set yourself up for success. From social media branding and networking to resume building, interview preparation, and professional etiquette, these insights will empower you to make informed decisions and navigate the exciting journey ahead.

Exclusive Interview with Jamar Hebert, Author, and Businessman, as he honors his Mother during Mother’s Day Weekend

This exclusive interview with Jamar Hebert, author of “The Only Black Man in the Room” and “Dream It, Plan It, Do It” on Power Station Power 92.1 FM, is a must-listen for anyone interested in college culture and success stories. Dr. The interview with Jamar is filled with interesting and insightful conversations about Jamar’s personal life, including his love for music and his mother’s impact on his life.

College Prep 101 is now College Preparation Access and Student Success

Attending college can seem daunting and overwhelming for many high school students. With the cost of tuition on the rise and the competitive nature of college admissions, it’s no wonder that students often feel unsure of where to turn for guidance. This is where CPASS comes in – a new program to provide rising juniors and seniors with the support and resources they need to succeed in college and beyond.