http://professionals.collegeboard.com/guidance/financial-aid/undocumented-students There are an estimated 65,000 undocumented students — children born abroad who are not U.S. citizens or legal residents — who graduate from U.S. high schools each year. These children are guaranteed an education in U.S. public schools through grade 12, but may face legal and financial barriers to higher education. What can you tell undocumented students about their options for college?
http://cacnyinc.org A network of community- based organizations, colleges, and secondary schools committed to assisting students in obtaining admission into institutions of higher education, for potential students. CACNY meets monthly and brings together college advisers, program managers, and college admissions professionals in order to increase their knowledge about college access and completion in order to better support students in NYC.
http://www.educational-access.org/index.php A membership organization aims help to underrepresented students with academic preparation, placement services and counseling, and ongoing support to ensure enrollment at and graduation from college.
http://storytocollege.com/ Story To College teaches high school juniors and seniors to write authentic admissions essays. Based in the neuroscience of storytelling, students learn tools to communicate powerfully on paper and in person. We offer a variety of courses and resources that empower students to connect with their top choice colleges through writing. Students learn how to stand out on the Common Application essays and supplements by harnessing the power of their spoken voice. Find, shape, and perform your stories with the proven Moments Method(TM).