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Adelante Hispanic Achievers

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The College Corp program focuses on preparing junior and senior high school Latinx students to access and succeed in college. In this program, we pair students with local professionals who become the students’ mentors for the length of the school year.

This program meets once a month on a Saturday, offering workshops where students and mentors learn about college applications, scholarships, and the college experience in general. Students also visit up to 4 colleges each academic year.

Students and mentors work together on an ongoing, weekly basis to ensure that students have a solid college-prep plan during their junior and senior years and are on track to submit admissions and scholarship applications.

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About Adelante Hispanic Achievers


2005 Douglass Blvd, Louisville, KY 40205, US

Mission Statement

Adelante’s Mission is to empower Latinx youth to achieve their dreams and contribute as creative and educated world citizens. La misión de Adelante es empoderar a los jóvenes latinx para que alcancen sus sueños y contribuir como ciudadanos del mundo creativos y educados.


We help students with educational, personal, social, and cultural growth. Our target population includes both U.S. born and recent immigrant and refugee youth from Louisville's Hispanic community.

Adelante Programs:

  • Mentoring & Enrichment: weekly presentations, workshops and field trips which provide academic support, life skills development, and career opportunities for students and families.
  • After School Tutoring and Homework Help: offered on Wednesdays at Thomas Jefferson Middle School and Thursdays at Olmsted Academy North
  • Parent Involvement: quarterly workshops and ongoing parent support.
  • College Readiness: study skills, ACT preparation, shadowing opportunities, summer "bridge" programs, university visits.
Education & Literacy
Immigrants & Refugees


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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • General Education
  • Mentoring
  • Youth Services
  • Financial Planning
  • Professional Development
  • Relationship Building




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 20
  • Orientation or Training
  • Volunteers meet once a month as a group with students and their mentors. Volunteers are expected to keep in contact with their student once a week via email, text, or phone call.

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