The storylines of 2020 have been dark and difficult. “Unprecedented” has been uttered toward a multitude of dilemmas facing nearly even corner of our globe.
In the midst of these crisis, the Andrew L. Hicks, Jr. Foundation is celebrating our 10th year of bringing light & hope to students in our region. For us, it is a year of unprecedented opportunity.
This year really is different.
After being in our programming for nearly their entire lives, this year many of our students are ready to advance in some big ways. In a world full of uncertainty and fear, these remarkable young men and women are equipped and prepared thanks, in part, to the training and relationships they’ve experienced with us.
We would be honored for your company’s involvement to help these students launch into the next stage of their lives.
The opportunities below are uniquely created to be mutually beneficial and will make a true difference this year unlike any other.
We regularly hold Launch workshops highlighting careers and opportunities in various industries. We would love to include a speaker from your company to share information about your industry with students who are exploring their horizons.
Whether short-term shadowing, season-long internships or personal mentoring, this personal hands-on interaction with one or more of our students is an incredible way to give them depth, insight and real-world experience that can be life-changing.
Funding college scholarships for our Chester county seniors provides the tangible backing that they need and shows incredible support to help them continue to learn, advance and succeed.
To Get Involved or Learn More
Contact Karen Hicks, Director of Development
Dyvne and Ca’nai are current students in our Launch program who attended a recent SAT prep workshop, listen to them reflect on their experiences thus far with the Foundation and how they see the program having an impact on their futures. Then be sure to watch the extended version of Will’s interview and his thoughts after being a workshop speaker, or watch the extended full version of Lay’la and Leslie’s reflections.