Our Impact in Arizona
From the moment a child becomes a Boys Hope Girls Hope scholar, their journey to a college degree begins. At every age and stage, scholars’ tool boxes are filled with the necessary experiences and skills to become a competitive and attractive college applicant to the schools of their choice. Once accepted, the support and guidance from Boys Hope Girls Hope continues to ensure that our collegians persevere to become well-educated, career-ready men and women for others.
scholars in comprehensive academy programs
working toward their degrees
total young people
who are motivated
to achieve their potential
Finances and the Future
of Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona, scholars are low-income, first-generation college students.
have no debt!! Those with student loan debt had an average debt load of $3,549
go to college
persist in college
graduate college in
6 years or less!
Boys Hope Girls Hope scholars excel in school and life!
average middle school GPA
average high school GPA
average collegian GPA
Of the recent Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona college grads, 75% are working in their field of study! Some of which include:
- US Naval Officer
- Television news writer
- Freelance social media
- Freelance graphic design
- Civil engineer
- Engineering Inspector
- Editorial lead (writer)
- Logistics flow lead
- Surgical ICU Nurse
- Landscape architect
- Financial management
from families below the US poverty line
from underrepresented minority groups
girls and young women
boys and young men
volunteer in their community
SERVING OTHERS IN NEED
Becoming well-educated and career-ready is all complimented by a focus
on living a life of service to others—a key component of Boys Hope Girls
Hope’s proven track record of life-transforming impact on scholar success.
Our scholars regularly participate in community service activities,
complete service reflections, researchcommunity issues they are passionate
about, brainstorm solutions they can offer, and lead service projects.
BHGH AZ scholars volunteering at St. Joseph’s the Worker.
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