Evaluate Scholarship Applications
Scholarship readers evaluate scholarship applications submitted for CollegeBound’s scholarship portfolio valued at close to $3 million.  CollegeBound receives hundreds of applications each spring for scholarships based on criteria including academic merit, community service, and resilience.
Time commitment: First-time volunteers attend a two-hour training session in February. Essay review and scoring is online.  Requires 15-20 hours in March and April to review and score submissions.
To volunteer, contact Adriana Rosas at (410) 783-2905 x211 or arosas@collegeboundfoundation.org.

CollegeBound Urban Scholars Mentoring Program
The CollegeBound Urban Scholars Program provides scholarships of $10,000 annually to Baltimore City public school graduates attending Maryland independent colleges and universities.  Scholars are connected to internships and develop interviewing, networking, and professional skills throughout their years in the program.  Mentors play a vital role in the program, helping scholars understand the value of a college education and offering professional guidance.
Time commitment: The program is seeking mentors for the 2019-2020 academic year for a one-year minimum commitment. Mentors meet one-on-one with mentees during college breaks and touch base during the year through emails and phone calls.
To volunteer for the Urban Scholars Program, contact Lori Subotich at (410) 783-2905 x208 or lsubotich@collegeboundfoundation.org.