Mentoring a young person. Making a donation. Attending a special event. Sponsoring a college tour for a high school senior. These are just some of the ways you can make a difference in a young person’s future.

Volunteer Opportunities

Success starts with you and there are plenty of great ways to get involved. Learn about becoming a mentor, joining our Ambassador Program, or schedule a program visit to see our work in action.

Sponsorship Opportunities

As our students enter this exciting time of transition in their lives, MGP’s young people need you more than ever. Their grit combined with your support equates to cycle-breaking results and endless possibilities!

See the Program in Action

Attend one of our Life Skills and Mentorship Programs, our flagship afterschool program for high school seniors, to witness our life skills training program live.

Smart Ways to Give

Looking for some creative ways to show your generosity?

Consider making a monthly donation, sponsoring a scholarship and other gifting opportunities.

Find a donation method that is right for you and we’ll put every dollar toward making graduation possible for MGP students.

Internships & Jobs

We have talented high school seniors, college students, and recent grads searching for job and internship opportunities. Let us know about your opportunities.

Why We Give

“We stay engaged in supporting this program because the more I see the results of what they’re doing, the more clear it is to me that what they offer is unique. The fact is that they’re following the kids all the way to and through college and into a career. This is not a program that ends in their high school years and that’s it. And it isn’t just to get kids into college. They do a lot of focusing on that with scholarships and how to behave and how to get the most out of their college experience, but they follow them to graduation. That’s their goal. And their success rate of college graduation is about 4 or 5 times that of cohorts who don’t get into the program. It’s pretty phenomenal.”

Jamie Jacob, MGP donor, mentor and board member