About The G-Force Mentor Program
The Collegiate G-Force Organization is a peer mentoring program that enables and encourages high school students to realize their full potential and ability to pursue higher education.
The program is part of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board College for All Texans Campaign “Education. Go Get It.” The goal is to create the momentum to enroll 630,000 high school students into higher education by 2015.
What Does G-Force Do?
The TWU G-Force Organization is supported by 45 active college mentors.
G-Force mentors assist one-on-one with 9-12th grade students to create a college-going culture. They guide and teach high school students how to enroll in any college or university as well as how to apply for scholarships, financial aid, and freshmen orientation.
- Raise awareness about the value of higher education
- Assist high school students as they prepare for college
- Motivate high school students to successfully pursue higher education
- Mentors must maintain a 2.8 GPA, and be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours (undergrad) or 9 credit hours (grad).
- Mentors must be available to accommodate Go Center visits, MGC events and other Go program activities.
- Mentors must either be first-generation college students and/or be identified as economically disadvantaged students.
- Mentors must attend ALL mandatory trainings.
How to Apply
Applications are currently being accepted. The deadline to submit your application is March 28, 2014.
G-Force Application [doc]
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