FSC provides support through out Scholarship Workshop 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.
All event proceeds benefit the FSC's work with youth through our mentoring programs, organizing afterschool and summer camp for the youth, providing in-depth abstinence and human trafficking prevention training sessions for the teens, providing In-home care services for the disabled and elderly, feeding families through our food pantry, and supporting children internationally. —so that our community will thrive for generations to come.