The Peninsula College Fund prioritizes the health, safety, and experience of our students, staff, mentors, and volunteers. Like most organizations and universities, we are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We are following recommendations and professional advice of state and local public health departments. As a result, PCF staff will work remotely from Monday, March 16th, through Monday, June 1st, 2020. Thank you for your understanding.
The Peninsula College Fund
Our mission is to empower low-income, first generation college students to graduate and obtain a job that aligns with their career goals.
What We Do
Each scholar receives $3,000 per year which is renewable annually for all four years of college. These funds help fill their financial aid gap and minimize student debt.
We carefully match each scholar with a trained college-educated adult who serves as an ally, advisor, and role model throughout college and often beyond.
Our scholars participate in intensive workshops to help them navigate college life and academics and build the knowledge and skills to prepare for post-college employment.
We work with employers to develop summer internships, provide scholars with information on existing opportunities, and offer stipends to scholars pursuing meaningful unpaid summer internships.
Become a Mentor
Forge a life-changing bond to guide a scholar through college
PCF has outstanding results and are in the process of expanding to meet the growing demand for their program. I highly recommend this organization as a place to make considerable impact—whether as a mentor, a volunteer, board member or donor.