Shining a Light on Opportunities in College and Career

All California youth, regardless of formal school status, require some form of education after high school.

LifePrep Academy’s tools and resources for at-risk-youth provide a foundation for parents, caregivers and educators to create pathways to college and careers for youth at risk, many of whom are in foster care system, homeless, immigrant or incarcerated.

The LifePrep Academy College and Career Planning guide is a needed resource to encourage and support California’s at-risk-youth so we can see these young people no longer be statistics but become success stories instead. 
-- Eric L. Moore, Educate California

VIEW our newly published college and career resources for foster, homeless, immigrant and incarcerated youth.


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Jalisa – former homeless youth

First in her family to attend college. Now attends University of Southern California.

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Kyle – former foster youth

Now studies biology at California State University Channel Islands.

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