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Inspire 6th Graders with your College and Career Stories!

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Ontario-Montclair Promise Scholars

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Promise Scholars, a program dedicated to helping students pursue an education after high school (including technical training programs and college degrees) for all Ontario-Montclair School District (OMSD) students, is looking for enthusiastic business leaders to serve as volunteers for the 6th grade Business Leader Presentations, which take place every first Friday of the month.

Get involved in your community and show the OMSD students what possibilities lay ahead of them through telling your story about your college and career

Volunteers must:

  • Have at least a Technical certificate, Associate’s Degree, or higher form of education.
  • Be able to volunteer for the entire 2 hours.
  • Enjoy working with children.
  • Prepare a presentation about their experiences in college and how those experiences led them to their career today.

Volunteers will:

  • Present to a classroom for 25 minutes.
  • Reach out to approximately 30 students in a class.
  • Speak twice to 2 different classrooms.
  • Present to 11-12 year-olds (6th grade)
  • Arrive 15 minutes early prior to the start of the event.
  • Dress in business casual attire.

With only a few hours out of your morning, you can be the voice that encourages a child to go to college.

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About Ontario-Montclair Promise Scholars


P.O. Box 1426, Ontario, CA 91762, US

Mission Statement

Promise Scholars believes that unlocking the potential of our community relies on unlocking the potential of all our children. So we bring everyone together--students, parents, educators, businesses, and local leaders--to introduce kids to the opportunities available after high school and make sure they get on the education pathway to achieve their goals. When we help them become successful and contributing adults, our entire region benefits from a brighter, more productive future. The vision of the Promise Scholars Initiative is to prepare all Ontario-Montclair School District (OMSD) students who go on to Chaffey, Montclair, and Ontario High Schools to reach their college and career dreams.


Our early and all approach-we connect with all our kids starting in Kindergarten and continue that relationship even after high school-requires a lot of resources and partners. Every kid has the potential to succeed, and helping kids reach their goals is key in strengthening our community and a wide circle of caring and engaged adults helps make this possible.

We work to increase student knowledge about college and career technical training opportunities and help them develop and act on their plans for a post-secondary education.

This is achieved through in-class curriculum on college and careers starting in Kindergarten. Promise Scholars also takes all 5 th and 8 th graders on field trips to community colleges and four year universities so they can begin to envision themselves as college students. All 6 th graders participate in business leader presentations in class, where community members come speak about their path to a degree or certificate and their career. In 9 th grade we help student explore their personality strengths and career options. And 12 th graders get help with their college application and financial aid applications.

We serve low income neighborhoods in Ontario and Montclair where the majority of students will be the first in their family to complete college.


Children & Youth
Education & Literacy


Wed Nov 03, 2021 - Tue Feb 01, 2022
08:00 AM - 10:00 AM


P.O. Box 1426Ontario, CA 91762



  • Public Speaking
  • Mentoring




  • Must be at least 18
  • 1.5 hours
  • Post-Secondary Education

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