The Student Advancement Center (SAC) Initiative 


The mission of the Alumni and Friends Committee for A. Philip Randolph Campus High School (AFC) is to support Randolph Campus High and its legacy of empowerment by bringing together the cultural wealth, financial wealth and intellectual power of its alumni. Reconnecting alumni with each other and the school will form the foundation needed to protect and build upon the Randolph Campus High legacy. 

SBI learned in June 2020, that the Student Success Center at Randolph High, (a college readiness program funded jointly by the NYCDOE and the East Side House Settlement), was being discontinued. When Randolph’s principal asked if the SBI College and Career Preparatory Institute (CCPI) was able to fill the void left by the loss, we accepted the challenge.  It was our belief that Randolph alumni could and would stand with us in providing the funding needed to assure that in a time like this, our students’ education wouldn’t be further compromised.

In response to the principal’s request, SBI has set a February launch of the CCPI Student Advancement Center (SAC)AFC launched its 30-for-30 Campaign in September to support this initiative and eighty-eight members of the alumni responded.


What is SAC?

SAC will provide grade specific college guidance for students in grades 9 and 10 during the inaugural year, with expansion to all grades during the 2021-22 school year.  SAC will use the Naviance online college, career and life readiness curriculum. 

 

What are SAC’s primary objectives?



To increase:

(1) the APRCHS competitive college going rate

(2) students’ academic engagement

(3) students’ development of post-secondary goals. 

 

From February 2021, SAC will provide over 90 hours of direct services to 850 freshmen and sophomores during English Language Arts (ELA) classes. Jumirna Alcober' 14 has been named the SAC Program Manager.

 
From the September 30-for-30 Campaign, AFC raised $10,986 out of $60,000
to support SAC,
which means that we still seek
$49,014.


To all of you who contributed to this cause, we say thank you.  

To all that would like to contribute, please select a contribution amount and encourage fellow Randolph graduates to join you. Our young brothers and sisters are worthy of all the resources we can provide.

Join this initiative today!



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*From the 30-for-30 Campaign, team fundraising pages for each Randolph graduating class have been created, and some already have contributions towards specific teams. If you’ve yet to join a class team, feel free to do so by selecting the ‘I Want to Fundraise For This” button, finding your APRCHS graduating class, and clicking “Join Team”. From there, you can set up your fundraising profile, donate, and share with your networks!

***Have questions about the AFC? Email genesis@soundbusiness.org. 

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The Student Advancement Center (SAC) Initiative

by Sound Business, Inc.


The Student Advancement Center (SAC) Initiative 


The mission of the Alumni and Friends Committee for A. Philip Randolph Campus High School (AFC) is to support Randolph Campus High and its legacy of empowerment by bringing together the cultural wealth, financial wealth and intellectual power of its alumni. Reconnecting alumni with each other and the school will form the foundation needed to protect and build upon the Randolph Campus High legacy. 

SBI learned in June 2020, that the Student Success Center at Randolph High, (a college readiness program funded jointly by the NYCDOE and the East Side House Settlement), was being discontinued. When Randolph’s principal asked if the SBI College and Career Preparatory Institute (CCPI) was able to fill the void left by the loss, we accepted the challenge.  It was our belief that Randolph alumni could and would stand with us in providing the funding needed to assure that in a time like this, our students’ education wouldn’t be further compromised.

In response to the principal’s request, SBI has set a February launch of the CCPI Student Advancement Center (SAC)AFC launched its 30-for-30 Campaign in September to support this initiative and eighty-eight members of the alumni responded.


What is SAC?

SAC will provide grade specific college guidance for students in grades 9 and 10 during the inaugural year, with expansion to all grades during the 2021-22 school year.  SAC will use the Naviance online college, career and life readiness curriculum. 

 

What are SAC’s primary objectives?



To increase:

(1) the APRCHS competitive college going rate

(2) students’ academic engagement

(3) students’ development of post-secondary goals. 

 

From February 2021, SAC will provide over 90 hours of direct services to 850 freshmen and sophomores during English Language Arts (ELA) classes. Jumirna Alcober' 14 has been named the SAC Program Manager.

 
From the September 30-for-30 Campaign, AFC raised $10,986 out of $60,000
to support SAC,
which means that we still seek
$49,014.


To all of you who contributed to this cause, we say thank you.  

To all that would like to contribute, please select a contribution amount and encourage fellow Randolph graduates to join you. Our young brothers and sisters are worthy of all the resources we can provide.

Join this initiative today!



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*From the 30-for-30 Campaign, team fundraising pages for each Randolph graduating class have been created, and some already have contributions towards specific teams. If you’ve yet to join a class team, feel free to do so by selecting the ‘I Want to Fundraise For This” button, finding your APRCHS graduating class, and clicking “Join Team”. From there, you can set up your fundraising profile, donate, and share with your networks!

***Have questions about the AFC? Email genesis@soundbusiness.org.