At our College Isn’t Scary Panel, students and college faculty will be giving first hand accounts of how to succeed in college through personal anecdotes and resources available to students on campus.
Join us October 28th 7pm EST/4pm PST
Events of the past few months have brought high anxiety, grief and trauma for kids and families. As we return to play, what actions can we take to ensure that life skills and mental health are central to kids’ sports experiences? What role can adults play in shaping these experiences?
The Washington Post wrote an article on Donald Curtis and SOUL’s mission to supporting youth through COVID-19. The article was written by Sports Writer Ken Babb. This article was featured on the front page of the Sunday Sports page (5/31/2020).
We are committed to connecting our community to resources that enrich lives during this time.
Due to COVID-19 the College 101 program will be held virtually. This is a college readiness program that provides college level writing and math enrichment for college bound graduating high school seniors.
Email Yun Simpson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
SOUL partners with high schools in DC and San Francisco and volunteers to provide programming for student-athletes.
SOUL Programs was founded in 2013 in one of DC’s public housing communities, Clay Terrace. Since then, SOUL has expanded to partner with 3 high schools, one middle school, and many community partners, colleges, and businesses.
Calling all tutors, coaches, and mentors! We are always looking for dedicated volunteers to join the team!