2017 Scholars  The Scholarship Program’s mission: to provide students with the skills to help them become college ready and to achieve their goal of graduating from a college/university. The program is designed to prepare a total of 50 Chandler Unified School District Freshman and Sophomore Students each year from our partnership high schools to stay on the path toward becoming college ready and competitively eligible for various scholarship opportunities.  Students will take part in a nine-weekend college readiness program that will be facilitated by university and junior college educators. The workshops include: resume writing, public speaking, financial aid & scholarships, coding and much more.  The students meet at Chandler-Gilbert Community College on Saturdays and during school intercessions from 3 to 4 hours per session. In addition, parents must participate in a Parent/Student Orientation and Graduating Ceremonies at Chandler/Gilbert Community College. For more information contact Alberto L. Esparza at (480) 310-2018. Students met with ASU Ambassadors.

2017 Scholars 

The Scholarship Program’s mission: to provide students with the skills to help them become college ready and to achieve their goal of graduating from a college/university. The program is designed to prepare a total of 50 Chandler Unified School District Freshman and Sophomore Students each year from our partnership high schools to stay on the path toward becoming college ready and competitively eligible for various scholarship opportunities. 

Students will take part in a nine-weekend college readiness program that will be facilitated by university and junior college educators. The workshops include: resume writing, public speaking, financial aid & scholarships, coding and much more. 

The students meet at Chandler-Gilbert Community College on Saturdays and during school intercessions from 3 to 4 hours per session. In addition, parents must participate in a Parent/Student Orientation and Graduating Ceremonies at Chandler/Gilbert Community College.

For more information contact Alberto L. Esparza at (480) 310-2018.

Students met with ASU Ambassadors.