The success of Simon Youth Foundation is rooted in its partnerships with public school districts, post-secondary institutions and professional organizations. In all, nearly 100 education institutions are aligned with the SYF mission, and the foundation is proud to leverage these relationships to benefit the students in our Simon Youth Academies as well as our Simon Youth Scholarship winners.
PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT PARTNERS
SYF partners with KDP to offer professional development opportunities to Simon Youth Academy teachers among other services and benefits.
National Dropout Prevention Center Network was begun in 1986 to serve as a clearinghouse on issues related to dropout prevention and to offer strategies designed to increase the graduation rate in America’s schools.
SYF partners with NDPC/N to offer professional development opportunities to Simon Youth Academy teachers and to share the foundation’s best-practices communications with a broad audience.
Get Schooled is a non-profit focused on getting millions of students the education they need by directly engaging and empowering young people to take control of their own education. The organization does this by using the power of media, technology and popular culture to motivate young people to graduate from high school and go to — and succeed in — college.
POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION PARTNERS
Arizona State University
Golden West College
Saddleback Community College
Edison State College
Indian River State College
Valencia Community College
University of Central Florida
Indiana University-Purdue University
Ivy Tech (Central Campus)
Ivy Tech (Columbus)
University of Indianapolis
Cowley County Community College
Sowela Technical Community College
Marian Court College
Metropolitan Community College
Cleveland State University
Cuyahoga Community College
Youngstown State University
Community College of Allegheny County
Delaware County Community College
Pellissippi State Technical
Tennessee State University
University of Tennessee
El Paso Community College
Texas Southern University
University of the Incarnate Word
University of Texas El Paso
North Seattle Community College