The application process has 4 Phases.
Qualified students will be notified
Phase 1 - Short Eligiblity Check
Phase 2 A - Qualification
Phase 2 B - Qualitative
Phase 2 C - Documentation
Phase 3 - In-person Interview
Phase 4 - Follow-up Meeting with Board of Directors
Non-discrimination Policy: The Future Foundation of Sacramento does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, disability, sex or sexual orientation in admission or participation in its programs, services and activities. No person shall be excluded from participation in, or be denied the benefits of any service, or be subjected to discrimination because of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation or disability.
What is the opportunity? - College scholarship funding!
Qualified students may be selected to receive personal mentoring and support in preparing for and accessing college.
Once college admission requirements and all program requirements are met, candidates may apply for the Scholarship.
The Future Sacramento scholarship provides financial need-based funding to qualified students for up to five years. Students could receive up to $25,000 for college, amount depends on financial need and program compliance. Only students accepted into the Future Foundation of Sacramento College Access Mentoring Program may apply for this scholarship. To learn more about the College Program,
please see our Program Info page.
Candidates would be academically strong 10th grade students from historically low-income families that lack the experience of a college education and are motivated to work with a mentor are encouraged to apply.
Future Foundation of Sacramento, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.
Confidentiality Policy: It is the policy of the Future Foundation of Sacramento that all information provided by applicants will be maintained as confidential and will not be disclosed, divulged, or made accessible to any person, including relatives, friends, and business and professional associates, other than to board members or employees of the Foundation who have a legitimate need for such information and to whom the Foundation has authorized disclosure. The Foundation shall use such confidential information solely for the purpose of furthering the objectives of the Foundation. Notwithstanding the foregoing, confidential information may be disclosed by the Foundation if (i) such information is already public or in the public domain, (ii) the Foundation is legally required to disclose such information or (iii) the applicant or his or her legal guardian consents to such disclosure.