Guardian Scholars Program: Foster Youth
The Guardian Scholars Program’s purpose is to create a network of support that will meet the academic, social, emotional, and financial needs of college-bound students transitioning out of the foster care system or who identify as a current or former foster youth. The program is fully committed to empowering these youth to become self-supporting, conscious community leaders, role models, and competent professionals in their fields of interest.
We also provide additional resources, services, and a dedicated space to all current and former foster youth at Skyline College.
Students may be eligible for the following resources:
- Transportation assistance
- School Supplies
- Lunch Vouchers
- Employment opportunities
- Additional scholarships
- Financial Aid Liaison
- Priority Registration
We provide a comprehensive support program to help you complete a vocational certificate program, achieve an AA/AS/ADT degree, and/or transfer to a four-year college institution. For more information, please visit the Skyline College Guardian Scholars Program website at http://skylinecollege.edu/guardianscholars/, email Guardian Scholars Coordinator, Karmann Robbins, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Guardian Scholars Program office at Skyline College.