What's Up Next?

Upcoming Programs and Opportunities for Scholars, Collegians and Alumni

Boys Hope Girls Hope is always looking for ways to support and enhance your experiences as scholars, collegians, and alumni!  Here’s where you can explore all of the network-wide opportunities to connect, learn and grow.  Whether you’re in 7th grade or in your career, our Boys Hope Girls Hope team is working to provide program offerings that are relevant to your needs.  From virtual programs that feature inspiring speakers to career networking, check back often to see what’s next!

There are more than 1,200 scholars and collegians across the Boys Hope Girls Hope Network, and hundreds of alumni!  We are stronger as individuals and as a community when we know we are a part of something bigger than ourselves—people coming together to create a community that values our similarities and our diversity.  The programs and opportunities below are designed to help you on your Boys Hope Girls Hope journey to becoming well-educated, career-ready men and women for others!  If you have questions about how you can programs below, please contact your local affiliate program leader or email hope@bhgh.org.

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For Scholars

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My Road is Boys Hope Girls Hope’s innovative online learning experiences which consists of a journey of activities, assessments, and benchmarks that ensure scholars are developing academically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually in preparation for college and life.


ALL In (Act. Learn. Lead.) is a virtual/in-person program in which scholars and collegians work in facilitated teams to engage in dialogue and action about the pressing issues of our times.  Teams identify a community need, plan and execute a project, and evaluate results.

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Collegiate Prep is a weeklong capstone experience for graduating high school scholars who hear from inspiring, world-class guest speakers; network with professionals from diverse industries and careers; and attend dynamic, interactive workshops focused on their college-transition.

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GUATE-Maya Immersion is a 10-day intensive service learning and cultural experience in Guatemala City, Santo Domingo Xenacoj, Lake Atitlan, and Antigua for U.S. scholars and team members, in partnership with Esperanza Juvenil (Boys Hope Girls Hope of Guatemala).

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For Collegians

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The Collegian Cafe is a virtual safe space where collegians can come together to exchange ideas share information, and discuss current topics and issues that matter to them!  Industry experts and thought leaders serve as guest speakers, along with Boys Hope Girls Hope alumni and others.

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This amazing opportunity is available to just 25 collegians who are pursuing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) or STEAM (including the Arts) majors.

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Boys Hope Girls Hope has made an incredible effort over the last few years to connect and form partnerships with colleges and universities that know our scholars have worked hard and want to reward their efforts with financial aid packages, gap scholarships, and on-campus support.

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Have you applied for or accepted a Summer internship? Do you need additional resources in order to accept an internship offer? Tell us about your plans and needs in order for us to set you up for success in the long-term! With many resources and opportunity knowledge, Boys Hope Girls Hope network wants to help you navigate these next important steps.

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For Alumni

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The Boys Hope Girls Hope Alumni Community consists of all program high school graduates.  Local alumni champions get their peers together to volunteer, mentor current scholars and serve on local boards of directors.

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Boys Hope Girls Hope’s LinkedIn Network Group exists to introduce collegians and alumni to business leaders for networking, career guidance, internships and jobs.

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Annual Boys Hope Girls Hope Legacy of Hope Awards are for one male and one female member of our alumni community who exemplifies the spirit of being college-educated, career-ready and community-minded.