The Education Equalizer Foundation Workshops and Events


Number of Students from Florida who Completed the FAFSA 2019-20

48 of 50

Ranking of FAFSAs completed in Florida as compared with the other 50 states


Although 90% of Florida high schoolers indicate interest in attending college only 69% actually enroll


Just 41 percent of those who identify as Black—received support during high school on how to address their basic needs in college

College 101 Workshop

Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify top colleges with a custom College Scorecard
  2. Understand how Student Life Offices address basic needs
  3. Complete a FAFSA Checklist
  4. Create a College and Scholarship Essay Outline
  5. Apply to over 200 colleges using 2 applications
  6. Learn to network digitally using a LinkedIn Profile

Program Dates: Fridays – July 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th

  • Time: 9:30a – 2:30p
  • Location: Private
  • Course Length: 25 Hours
  • Audience: Limited to 20 Rising Seniors

Register to save your seat!

The Education Equalizer College Preparedness Workshop

Here’s the problem: Underserved, particularly Black, Hispanic, and poor, as well as first-generation middle-high school students need increased access to the networks, knowledge, and resources required for success in college and life.

Here’s our solution: The Education Equalizer College Preparedness Workshop helps students: 1) explore college with peers, 2) prepare for the academic rigors of college, 3) create competitive college applications, 4) complete the FAFSA, 5) obtain scholarship awards, 6) write personal statements, and 7) begin to earn community service hours and leadership skills which will enable them to enter the workforce. Let us work together to host an event for your students.

Contact us to sponsor an event.

Hey You, Yes You!

Become an Education Equalizer Ambassador

We need your help to prepare students for college. Join us for an upcoming volunteer training and phone-a-thon for students who need our support.

The next virtual training is in June!

Free Events

Education Equalizer “HBCU Fair”

At this event, we met with Common Black Application Member Schools ie Tennessee State University, Bethune Cookman University, Edward Waters University and apply to over sixty HBCUs using one application. Students were encouraged to bring their high school transcripts for on-site admissions consideration. This was an in-person event at the Cotton Club Museum and Cultural Center on Saturday, April 30 at 1p EST.

Education Equalizer “FAFSA How To”

At this event, you will learn how to apply for scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Space is limited. Register below. This is a virtual event on Tuesday, June 17 at 7:00p EST.



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