HISPANIC MOTHER - DAUGHTER PROGRAM: PHOENIX UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPPORT

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

HISPANIC MOTHER - DAUGHTER PROGRAM: PHOENIX UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPPORT HISPANIC MOTHER - DAUGHTER PROGRAM: PHOENIX UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPPORT The Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program (HMDP) is a legacy program in the Access ASU portfolio designed to help disadvantaged students in 8th through 12th-grade experience ASU first hand in a very special way. Activities are designed for each grade level to help students convert any dreams that they may have about higher education, into a reality. This year alone, nearly 100% of our 12th-grade cohort have already applied to ASU. Access ASU is part of the Educational Outreach and Student Services (EOSS) unit of the university. Access ASU is part of EOSS, and HMDP is housed within the Families Team of Access in the Mercado Building of the Downtown Phoenix Campus.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date7/1/126/30/19

Funding

  • LOCAL: Arizona School District: $194,454.00

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