Frequently Asked Questions
- High School Students
- College Student Coaches
- College Student Site Directors
- Let's Get Ready Students in College
You can become an Coach, directly providing high school students with SAT prep or guidance on the college application process. We also offer the opportunity to become a Student Success Coordinator, a mentor for students in their first year of college, or a Site Director who manages a group of volunteers. For more information, visit here. If you’re looking for helpful advice, have a look at our Resources for Students section.
Coaches are primarily college students. However, we do accept a limited number of young professionals.
No, you may only apply to one program per semester.
Yes, but priority is always given to first-time participants.
No, you may only apply to ONE program.
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re happy to help!
Our Federal Tax ID No. is 31-1698832. Our latest financial statements can be found here.
College trips are a great way for our students to learn about specific schools, and colleges in general. For more information on how to sponsor a college trip, contact Keryn Price.
Yes. Please send Keryn Price the necessary paperwork and we will be happy to give you the information you need.
Yes. We will accept restricted donations that can be used to sponsor a specific program. Please contact Keryn Price.
The program is free for participating students. It currently costs Let’s Get Ready around $1000 per student to provide the support they need through each step of the college application process, as well as mentoring once they’re admitted.
Thank you for your interest in helping Let’s Get Ready expand! We are always looking for opportunities to bring our program to new areas, but there are some important factors that need to be met. For more information, reach out to email@example.com.
During the 2015-2016 academic year, Let’s Get Ready helped 8,000 high school students in 86 programs and engaged 891 college student volunteers. Since our founding in 1998, Let’s Get Ready has served about 25,000 students on the path to college and opportunity.
In addition to helping our high school students with SAT and college preparation, the Let’s Get Ready program provides students with 15 hours of comprehensive information and guidance regarding college selection, applications, financial aid and scholarships. The program also supports its students through college.