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ORGANIZATION: Capital Partners for Education

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Capital Partners for Education uses one-on-one mentoring to support low-income, first generation to college students in the academic middle in their college and career journeys. Part of career exploration is exposing them to careers they may be interested in but not know much about. Be a part of a student's story and mentor with CPE!

Mentors of color are strongly encouraged to apply.


  • 21 years old or older
  • Two-year Associate or Technical degree or higher
  • DMV Metropolitan resident

Flexible Mentoring Schedule - High School:

  • Call/email your mentee 1x a week
  • Meet with your mentee virtually or in-person following CDC guidelines 2x a month
  • Communicate with staff 1x bi-weekly

Flexible Mentoring Schedule - College:

  • Call/email your mentee 2x a month
  • Meet with your mentee virtually or in-person following CDC guidelines, based on your student’s availability
  • Communicate with staff 1x quarterly

Additional Benefits:

  • CPE’s mentor network
  • Ongoing training
  • Virtual community events

Ready to join?

Complete the mentor application at

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About Capital Partners for Education


609 H Street NE, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20002, US

Mission Statement

Capital Partners for Education mentors low-income high school and college students in the academic middle from the Washington, D.C. area to provide the skills and experiences they need to successfully complete college and to excel in the workforce.


By 2020, roughly 65% of all new high-growth, high-wage jobs in the Washington, D.C. area will require a college degree, and earning potential is nearly double, on average, for college graduates versus non-college graduates ( Georgetown Public Policy Institute). Nationally 9% of low-income students earn a college degree compared to 77% of high-income students. Without this credential, low-income students cannot access the high-wage, high-growth jobs required to break the multi-generational cycle of poverty.

Capital Partners for Education (CPE) provides one-to-one mentoring and college and career readiness programming to 376 low-income students who are enrolled in 19 Washington, D.C.-area high schools (including D.C. public and charter schools) and more than 70 colleges and universities across the country. CPE helps its students graduate from high school and college with the skills and experiences needed to thrive in sustainable careers.

Over the past ten years, 97 percent of CPE students who graduate high school enroll in college and graduate at more than double the rate of their similarly-situated peers.


Education & Literacy
Health & Medicine
Education & Literacy, Employment, Health & Medicine


We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations Fort Washington, MD 20744



  • Mentoring
  • Family Therapy
  • Mental Health
  • Physical Education
  • Healthcare
  • Physical Therapy




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • Flexible
  • Two-year Associate or Technical degree or higher

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