On average, 45% of Black and Hispanic students are first-generation college students.
30% of all college freshman drop out after their first year of school.
Only 11% of low-income, first-generation college students will have a degree within six years of enrolling.
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*source for stats are NCES and College Status
create educational opportunities for inner city youth through scholarships and mentoring programs
foster long-term success by encouraging Entrepreneurship and Financial Literacy
measure our success by the dreams we are able to help the young adults of our community achieve
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We get it! The Gouché Foundation understands that wanting to go to college, getting accepted by a college, and affording college are all separate uphill battles; especially for minority, inner city youth.
When the odds are stacked against you, it can be hard to muster up the courage to pursue your dreams! We understand, and we want to help you achieve your goals.
If you or your child will be a senior or existing college student in 2022 and would like to learn how The Gouché Foundation can help you achieve your goals, please submit your information below to be considered.
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**ONLY ACCEPTING SCHOLARSHIP APPLICANTS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AT THIS TIME
In 2021 TGF partnered with Cynosure & BA6E to give a $3,000 scholarship to a Los Angeles high school senior/college student/trade school student.
In 2019 TGF partnered with the African American Alumni Association at Loyola Marymount University to fund $75,000 to 15 LMU students between 2019 and 2024.
The Gouché Foundation hosts a number of events in and around the Los Angles area from workshops to fundraisers and more.
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