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College Admissions Project (CAP)
CAP is about providing assistance, services, and mentoring to underprivileged students who want to pursue college education but do not know the process, options, and do not have financial resources to hire services of a college counselor, SAT prep class, subject tutor or undertake campus visit.
CAP aims to help highly motivated high school students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds gain admission to the best colleges that best suit them and their career goals. We offer students a structured program that includes standardized test prep, homework assistance, and college counseling. In addition, our professional counselors will help students map plans on how to pay for college.
Do I have to be of Indian origin to apply? Who is eligible to apply?
No, you do not have to be of Indian origin to apply. The program is open to all sophomore and junior students.
Preference will be given to students who come from under-served communities, who would be first generation college students, and who have shown extraordinary abilities to achieve against all odds.
College Counseling (Junior/Senior Years)
Fundamental Skills Workshops and Homework Assistance (Sophomore Year)
SAT/ACT Preparation (Junior/Senior Years)
Scholarship Research Assistance (Junior/Senior Years)
Essay Assistance (Junior/Senior Years)
Campus Visits (Senior Year)
How to apply:
Every year we select students, in collaboration with our outreach partners. The applications are invited in the month of January. The application form is made available and can be downloaded from our website.
For more information, please write to Program Coordinator at lahi<at>lend-a-hand-india.org