Foster Success summer program looks to boost college outcomes for foster care youth


Leaving home for college is a big deal for anyone—but for kids like Razzy, who have experienced the foster care system, the transition to college can be particularly challenging. Oftentimes, these students may not have the same support system back home, such as parents outfitting their dorm or someone calling to check in on how classes are going.

Foster Success tries to fill some of those gaps. The nonprofit works with kids and young adults who’ve been in the foster care system to help them navigate life as they transition out of the system and into adulthood.

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