College Prep Programs

Site profile:

College Prep Programs: The purpose of (CPP) is to promote P-20 student success and post-secondary education, from college awareness to college readiness, through academics, career exploration, civic engagement, college-life and leadership development for students from low-income and first generation college-attending families in New Mexico and across the country.

Scope of work:

Natural High Program (NH) promotes leadership development and teambuilding, specifically through cooperative games and low ropes facilitated by Educational Mentor/Tutors (EMTs) on UNM’s campus as well as off site at schools and community organizations, in addition to mentoring and tutoring as well as presentation on college awareness and readiness

  • Natural High Program (NH) promotes leadership development and teambuilding, specifically through cooperative games and low ropes facilitated by Educational Mentor/Tutors (EMTs) on UNM’s campus as well as off site at schools and community organizations, in addition to mentoring and tutoring as well as presentation on college awareness and readiness
  • College Prep Mentoring (CM) connects UNM students as Educational Mentor/Tutors (EMTs) in K-12 schools and community sites.
  • College Readiness (CR) is a program that consists of a summer session, monthly seminars and 1:1 support which take place during students’ senior year of high school.
  • Summer College Prep Programs (SCPP) provide various residential sessions for middle and high school students to experience post-secondary education through academics, career exploration, civic engagement, college life and leadership development.