Proportion of Americans from low-income families who attain bachelor’s degrees by age 25.
Student-to-counselor ratio in U.S. high schools serving predominantly low-income and minority students.
Proportion of U.S. jobs by 2020 that will require some postsecondary education.

BRYC Impact

High school students and college students and graduates BRYC currently supports.
Proportion of BRYC's 165 high school graduates who attend or have graduated from college.
10 M
Collective scholarship offerings to BRYC's 165 college students and graduates.

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Fellowship Banquet: Class of 2016 Celebration and Sendoff

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Senior year in BRYC is a grind. For twelve months starting the June after 11th-grade year, Senior Fellows spend hundreds of hours prepping for the ACT, researching and visiting colleges, writing essays, securing recommendation letters, applying for scholarships, and completing the many other parts of the college application process. For their hard work, our Seniors deserved a celebration!

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