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Great Futures 2025
Subhani Foundation Scholarship
Ashley Furniture Homestore Killeen Fort Hood Scholarship
Mize Education Scholarship
Gordon Graves Vest Scholarship
Give youth the opportunity to practive and develop skills needed to succeed in school, pursue post-secondary education, embrace reading and learning, and gain practical experience with technology.
Our Goal: To Develop Globally Competitive Graduates
Among teen aged Club members, 97% expect to graduate from high school, 87% expect to complete some kind of post-secondary education, and 70% expect to complete a four-year college or higher.
A comparison of data from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America's National Youth Outcome Initiative Survey and the National Survey on Drug Use and Health shows that 73% of low-income Club members ages 12-17 report earning mostly A's and B's in school, whereas 69% of their peers nationally report doing so.
A comparison of data from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America's National Youth Outcomes Initiatives Survey and the Alliance for Science & Technology Research in America suggests that more than twice as many 12th grade Club members (56%) express an interest in a STEM career as twelfth graders nationally (25%). The percentage of Club girls who are interested in a STEM career (51%) is more than three times greater than that of their peers nationally (14%).
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