Who we work with:
First Year, First-Gen, and Equity & Inclusion programs at colleges and universities
Public schools and districts needing test-prep, post-secondary planning and college enrollment support
Community-based organizations and non-profits serving students from our target populations
Let’s Get Ready partners with CBOs, schools and universities to support students before and after high school graduation. By partnering with us, your students can join the thousands of students across the U.S. who are receiving SAT preparation, college, scholarship and financial aid application support and the guidance they need to persist in college and overcome barriers to graduate with their college degree. With the help of our highly trained and highly effective college student mentors (Coaches), our students are enrolling in and graduating college at rates almost double their peers from similar backgrounds and nearing the benchmarks for their high income peers.
If your goal is to see more of your students who are historically underrepresented on college campuses achieve their college aspirations, we’d love to speak with you about connecting your high school juniors and seniors and first and second year college students to our near-peer Coaches!
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll be in touch as soon as possible.
“Let’s Get Ready is a reliable support system for our students. They receive timely, relevant information from their mentors. Questions are answered and correct, individualized information is shared. Students are really given outstanding support in their college experience.”
— Ann Thiboutot, Early College Coordinator, Somerset Career and Technical Center (Skowhegan, ME)
Who We Serve
high school and college students
college students engaged as near-peer mentors
zip codes across 22 states
“We’ve partnered with Let’s Get Ready since 2013, and recommend working with Let’s Get Ready because they’ve always stayed true to their mission of “Helping Students To & Through College.” The way they carefully plan and execute their programming is commendable, and we’ve even adopted some of their best practices as a result.”
— Rajiv Singh, Project Director of CUNY Black Male Initiatives at Queens College (Queens, NY)