While other college access programs help low-income students transfer directly to college after high school graduation, SEA works with at-risk young people whose educations have been derailed by poverty and trauma. We prioritize students who have experienced homelessness, single parents, immigrants, and students who did not successfully complete high school.
Please consider a tax-deductible gift to Seattle Education Access to give over 800 young people across King County a new life trajectory. Our Education Advocates help young people have the opportunity to earn college degrees by providing a free, welcoming, non-judgmental approach to academic advising, career counseling, tutoring, books, access to technology and scholarships. Our holistic approach addresses all the barriers that stand between an individual student and academic success.
- $1,000 can sponsor a student for 4 quarters
- $500 can pay for college entrance exams for 25 students
- $250 can sponsor a student for a quarter
- $120 can cover a student’s annual discounted bus pass
- $50 can buy books and course supplies