Alliance Mentorship Program (AMP)
Now in its sixth year, AMP has grown from 34 mentees to nearly 1,000 mentees. Alliance alumni mentor at 14 colleges and universities across Southern California to help college freshman confidently navigate the challenging transition after high school. Alliance alumni mentors in AMP have improved college matriculation and first-year persistence rates.
The Power 150™ Index
While many colleges have increased graduation rates over the last decade, the graduation gap grew between white & underrepresented minority students. College selection has the most significant impact on a student's likelihood of graduating than any other factor in their college experience. Alliance has identified the 150 colleges with the highest minority graduation rates of 75% or higher among 4,200 U.S. colleges and universities. Armed with powerful insights from this analysis, Alliance counselors are better able to match students with the colleges and universities that will best support their post-secondary success.
Alliance counselors and parent engagement specialists offer workshops on financial literacy, budget planning for college, FAFSA and scholarship application. In addition to identifying financial aid sources, Alliance raises and distributes nearly $500,000 in college scholarships to our graduates.