Annapolis Trust College Success/ Mentoring Program
At Annapolis Trust, we understand that embarking on a college journey can be both exciting and challenging. That's why we have developed a comprehensive mentoring program designed to empower students and ensure their success throughout their college experience.
Our College Success/Mentoring Program is built on the belief that every student has unique strengths and potential, and with the right guidance and support, they can achieve their academic and personal goals. We provide a nurturing and inclusive environment where students can thrive and make the most of their college years.
The program offers personalized mentoring to each student, connecting them with experienced and dedicated mentors who are passionate about helping young individuals succeed. Our mentors are professionals from various fields who have a wealth of knowledge and experience in navigating the college landscape. They serve as valuable resources, offering guidance, advice, and encouragement to students as they navigate their academic, social, and career paths.
Through regular one-on-one sessions, our mentors work closely with students to identify their strengths, interests, and goals. They provide assistance in creating individualized action plans, mapping out a clear path towards success. Whether it's choosing the right courses, exploring career options, or managing time effectively, our mentors are there every step of the way, offering guidance and support.
Additionally, our College Success/Mentoring Program offers a range of resources and workshops to enhance students' skills and knowledge. We organize workshops on study skills, time management, effective communication, and goal setting, equipping students with the tools they need to excel academically and personally. We also provide access to academic resources, such as tutoring services and study groups, to further enhance students' learning experiences.
Furthermore, the program fosters a sense of community among participants. We organize networking events, social gatherings, and peer support groups, creating opportunities for students to connect, share experiences, and build lasting relationships. We believe that a strong support network is essential for success, and we strive to cultivate a community where students can feel supported and empowered.
The Annapolis Trust College Success/Mentoring Program is committed to helping students reach their full potential and achieve academic excellence. We believe that by providing personalized guidance, fostering a supportive community, and equipping students with essential skills, we can empower them to thrive in college and beyond.
Join us at Annapolis Trust and let us be your partner in your college success journey. Together, we will unlock your potential and pave the way for a bright and fulfilling future.
The Annapolis Trust College Success program focuses on supporting students enrolled in HBCU’s and college-credit programs, with an emphasis on supporting first generation students in postsecondary programs and initiatives that:
Provide a mentor to Improve and scale systemic reforms and supports to increase the success of currently enrolled college students at postsecondary institutions.
Increase postsecondary students' persistence toward a degree.
Support on-time transfer from two-year to four-year institutions.
Enhance students' pathways to graduation with career-ready skills.
Secure paid internships prior to graduation .
College Success core values
Addressing basic needs: support student’s mental health, financial assistance, and other basic needs.
Improving credit mobility and transfer: support on-time transfer from community colleges. changes to reduce credit loss, improve credit mobility around the transfer process.
Enhancing student-centered supports: provide holistic, targeted, and culturally competent supports that address multiple aspects of a student's postsecondary experience (academic, financial, socioemotional).
Reforming systemic approaches to enhance completion: scale proven institutional and systemic practices, such as remediation reform or sustainable financing, that increase student success and reduce barriers to degree completion.