Please note that ALL spring tutoring programs at Mosholu will be on break for the following dates:
March 20- April 2 (Monday–Sunday)
April 10-16 (Monday–Sunday)
There will be no tutoring during these dates. Golf classes will continue as scheduled. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the program. Enjoy your spring break!
The First Tee of Metropolitan New York created the Path to College program to provide participants of The First Tee with the critical tools and skills they need to prepare for college.
Through educational seminars, workshops, college visits, and one-on-one tutorials, the objective is to provide every participant and their parents with the access and information they need to successfully navigate both the college application process and life after college.
The Path to College program works with youth from 2nd grade until they graduate from high school. While younger participants benefit from academic tutoring and educational support, older participants receive guidance from adult mentors and are provided with opportunities to actively engage in college planning activities throughout their participation in The First Tee.
- 5 sites provided educational programming
- 144 youth benefited from the Path to College program
- 28 adult tutors and mentors provided individual guidance and educational support
- 17 corporate partners conducted educational seminars and workshops
- 2,535 hours of college preparation programs were provided
Path to College
- Participants increased their knowledge of the college application process
- Participants demonstrated an understanding of what is required to succeed in the workplace
- Several college and career seminars were held, including seven college and university visits
- Participating Families were provided with educational counseling sessions
Tutoring (Individual Tutoring Sign Up AVAILABLE FOR Spring 2017, REGISTERED FIRST TEE PARTICIPANTS ONLY)
- Participants displayed improved self-esteem
- Facilities saw an increase in participants who enjoyed reading more
- A number of participants improved or maintained their math grades
- On average, youth increased their official SAT scores
- Participants were introduced to new test-taking strategies
- Launched the Mentoring Success program in the fall of 2014
- Designed an online communication platform for mentors and mentees to stay connected
- Implemented a college planning and mentoring engagement curriculum
- Successfully introduced youth to positive role models in the community
What participants had to say about Path to College…
“Path to College has helped me thrive as a person and a student. I have learned a lot and I’m looking forward to the next year.” (Jordan Stewart, age 13)
“My tutor has helped me get better grades and do better in class. I’ve passed every test that we practiced.” (Nissi Estevez, age 8)
“I am grateful for all your help during the college application process, I greatly appreciate the time and effort you put into helping me get as far as I did.” (Jessica Eng, age 17)
“Thank you very much for helping me to prepare for the SAT and for connecting me with my tutor. Without the support, I would’ve missed out on an influential academic highlight of my youth.” (Sebastian Naibaho, age 16)