The Scholarship Center
In partnership with The Scholarship Academy, FSC has created a new Scholarship Center to give students and parents an opportunity to search for funding to support their education.
Students receive an average of 15 or more hours to prepare and find funding for college, acquire valuable skills and tools that reduce debts and financial burdens after graduation, and develop writing skills to help create effective essays tailored for each scholarship package.
Students will be able to navigate through hundreds of Local, State, and Regional Funding Opportunities and obtain critical information to apply for colleges with the help and guidance from our FSC mentors.
The W.A.I.T. (Why Am I Tempted) Training is an abstinence-only-until-marriage curriculum.
Provides five age-appropriate curricula that are known for being easy to use, dynamic, and engaging.
Video vignettes, real life case studies, role plays, interactive exercises, and small-group discussions are offered during this class that create a directed learning environment that encourages self-discovery.II
Insight Mentoring Alignment Program (iMAP)
Many young people do not have enough contact with caring adults. Mentoring is a positive response to this need. Family Support Circle, Inc. is coming up with some ways to engage our older High School students into helping them become positive role models to those who look up to them the most.
Family Support Circle, Inc. will be offering an opportunity for our after-school participants to be paired up with a personal mentor who they can ask questions, meet with, engage in community projects, and look up to!
In iMAP, Our goal is to provide adolescents, youth, and young adults with mentors who can help build strong relationships in:
- A group setting and individualized sessions
- Set and maintain life goals
- Be an overall POSITIVE role model to the younger generation!