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THANK YOU!

First Generation College Bound cannot thank you enough for your support on Giving Tuesday.
We at First Generation College Bound genuinely appreciate your kindness and generosity. Your donation, especially during this COVID distance learning challenging time, will enable FGCB to continue inspiring our youth to achieve social and economic success by providing advice, encouragement, and support to obtain a college degree.

9th Annual College Retention & Alumni Social

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College Retention & Alumni Social Networking, Connecting & Building Relationships

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First Generation College Bound is a grassroots, private non-profit organization celebrating over 30 years of success!

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SUCCESS STORIES

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FGCB has helped young people realize a dream that often seemed out of reach.

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First generation College Bound-Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington

IMPACTING GENERATIONS FOR SUCCESS

For 30 years, FGCB has helped young people realize a dream that often seemed out of reach: To be the first in their families to receive a college education.


FGCB is a community-based organization which offers youth and their families a “pipeline” of educational interventions comprising academic readiness, supportive services and guidance to achieve high school graduation, college admissions and earn a post-secondary degree.

The organization functions to address the need for “outside of school” and “college access supports” to increase the number of low-income students who graduate from high school prepared for college, enrolled in quality institutions and matriculate in four years.

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Interview with FGCB CEO, Joseph Fisher

FGCB provides pathways thru high school and into college for low to moderate income, at risk, underrepresented youth that attend Prince George’s County Public Schools. FBCB operates four core and interrelated programs that are demonstrated best practices for increasing high school graduation rate of at-risk students ensuring their success to higher education.



LOCAL & FGCB NEWS


Giant Food Community Bag Program | March 2020

FGCB has been selected by Giant Food store leadership to participate in the Giant Food Community Bag Program for the month of March 2020! FGCB will receive a $1 donation for every reusable $2.50 Community Bag purchased at the Giant ...


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FGCB partnering with Olive Branch Community Church at Sherwood High School

Jefferi Lee (Blue shirt), guest speaks from OBCC speaks to students (Alina, Danys & Oscar) about college life and time management. ...


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MSDE Awards Grants to FGCB!

Funds Will Help Advance College and Career Awareness BALTIMORE – The Maryland State Department of Education has awarded grants to seven nonprofit organizations that will help enhance college and career awareness and college c...


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LAUREL EDUCATOR’S VISION HAS HELPED HUNDREDS EARN COLLEGE DEGREES

Growing up in a government housing project in Southeast Washington, Joe Fisher never thought much about college. One of eight children whose father didn't make it past 10th grade or his mother past sixth, college just did not seem l...


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City of Laurel Youth Services Commission

Community Foundation in Prince George's County

Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation

Maryland Higher Education Commission

Maryland State Department of Education

Meyer Foundation

MGM Resorts International

Prince George's County Bar Association

Prince George's County Council Members

Prince George's County Department of Housing & Community Development

Prince George's County Government

Prince George's County Office of the County Executive

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