The Promise of an Extraordinary Evening in Support of a Noble Cause
Wednesday, February 4, 2009
SF Promise puts higher education within the reach of all public school children in San Francisco, including those who will be the first in their families to earn a college degree. The program, a partnership with the city and county of San Francisco and the San Francisco Unified School District, encourages local public school children, as early as sixth grade, to envision a college diploma in the future. If these students meet eligibility requirements upon high school graduation, they are promised admission to SF State and if necessary, financial aid.
The promise of a college education is the promise of a bright future for these
graduates as well as those who live and work beside them. In the coming years, SF Promise aims to double the number of San Francisco public high school graduates
who receive post-secondary education and at the same time, increase the number of college graduates from underrepresented groups. These graduates will ensure that the workforce of tomorrow mirrors the diversity of the U.S. population in an increasingly
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