Fostering Education Futures

About Us

Fostering Education Futures (FEF) is a program that assists our foster youth and young parent participants as they explore post-secondary education possibilities – including college searches and goal development.

FEF Seeks to answer the question, “Should I (or could I) go to college?” for these youth.

Teen parents and youth transitioning out of the foster care system often need assistance in navigating the maze of the college financial aid and application process. Some need assurance that they are, indeed candidates for higher education.

How We Help

Education Planning and Success

  • Assistance with High School Diploma or GED completion – classes, fees, alternatives, etc.

  • ACT/SAT preparation materials

  • Assistance with ACT/SAT registration

  • Coordinate campus visits

  • Submission of admissions applications

  • Assistance with application essays

Understanding Financial Aid

  • Submitting the FAFSA (and ETV) applications by their deadlines

  • Exploring grants, loans, and work study possibilities

  • Scholarship applications and submissions

  • Information on debt avoidance and scams

  • Budgeting for college

Finding the Right Fit Based on the Individual

  • Comparing trade schools, junior colleges, and four year universities

  • Career/degree interest surveys

Contact

Anna French

Youth Education Coordinator

(573) 368 – 2849

anna.french@thecommunitypartnership.org

Visit Us:
Main Office: 1101 Hauck Drive
Resale Shop: 2100 D N Bishop/Hwy 63N

Contact Us:
Main Office: 573-368-2849
Resale Shop: 573-426-5923
Email: info@thecommunitypartnership.org