CollegeTracks ( helps students navigate the college application and financial aid process and then enroll in, persist at and graduate from college or technical school. The 1,000 students served annually are often low income and/or the first in their families to apply to college.

Serves: Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Wheaton and Watkins Mill high schools

What a donation buys:

• $250 allows five recent high school graduates to attend college success skills workshops.

• $1,000 provides one year of college admissions advising for a high school senior.

• $10,000 provides college success coaching for 10 college scholars.

 Volunteer opportunities:

• Weekly: Become a trained volunteer to help students during lunchtime and after school with all aspects of the admissions and financial aid process.

• Internships

• Student Service Learning hours

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