BE A DIFFERENCE MAKER.

Help driven and determined students go to great colleges debt-free.

HOW IT WORKS:

Mentors
(People)

Weekly Sessions
(Preparation)

Summer College Experiences
(Possibilities)

CURRENTLY...

Only 1 in 4 Colorado students will go to a four-year college

97% of top jobs in Colorado (that pay a living wage) require education after high school.

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FOR A LOW-INCOME STUDENT...

A college degree can mean:

  • Longer life expectancy
  • Better job security,
  • Higher income over a lifetime ($1,000,000+ more over a career)!

Hard work should pay off.
Income shouldn't matter.

Through three years of people (mentors), preparation (after-school programming), and possibilities (summer college experiences), 100% of our graduates get into college with scholarships.

%

of Minds Matter Colorado graduates get into college

%

of Minds Matter Colorado graduates earn scholarships

%

of our graduates earn acceptance to college with scholarships. 

You can make a difference. Since 2004, we’ve:

  • Helped hundreds of students get into college
  • Supported thousands of volunteers in making a difference.
  • Avoided millions of dollars in student loans for our graduates

BE A DIFFERENCE-MAKER.

You can help a driven and determined high school student from a low-income family get into college and graduate debt-free.

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And while you’re at it, ensure your time and money has the greatest impact.

HERE'S HOW YOUR INVESTMENT CAN
MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Your donation of time or money will cover the cost of:

All Programing for a Student for a Year
($500/month)

In-State College Summer Program
($100/month)

Chromebook for a
Student
($25/month)

and/or

Mentoring a Student for Three Years
(2hrs./week)

=

100%

of MMCO Graduates Get Into College With Scholarships

HOW IT WORKS

Invest in
Our Students

Stay Connected
to Their Journeys.

Watch them go to college
with scholarships

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REPORT:
4 Hidden Costs to Coloradans When Our Students Don’t Go
to College