Are you ready to realize your educational dreams while securing financial aid smartly? Join us at The Education Equalizer Foundation’s SMART FAFSA and Scholarship Planning Event, hosted by Naseeka Denis, our Scholarship Program Manager. This event is your gateway to accessing financial aid and scholarship opportunities while planning for a brighter future.
Support our ONOP orators!
ride with The Education Equalizer Foundation on Thursday, August 17 for National Nonprofit Day. It’s an important day not just for me personally but for over one-hundred middle through high school students that we have served in just the past 21 months. Here’s the deal. It costs money to serve students.
Support our ONOP orators!
We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Kerwin Scott, EEF Co-Founder and Vice-Chairman, Mr. Jason Hurst, Real Estate Agent, and FAMU Graduate, and Mr. Boderick Johnson, President of FAMU National Alumni Association Alachua County have agreed to host Gainesville students for Fall Preview Day. In addition to the pre-planned Preview Day activities, EEF scholars will receive lunch, a football game ticket to FAMU versus Alabama State, and continued mentorship from The Education Equalizer Foundation.
Here in Gainesville, FL, to participate in the Juneteenth festivities for the first time are Johnny Vulture, Benjamin Andre, Dookie on Drums, Possum Jenkins, and Andre Ice Cold 3000!
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.
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.
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.
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.