With no federal or state funding, financial support for Renaissance Scholars is crucial to its success. You can play an important role in our students' lives by helping to support our program. We would like to thank the following partners for their unwavering support and generosity, without which Renaissance Scholars would not be possible.
- Academic Advising and Career Education
- Student Health & Counseling Services (SHCS)
- Educational Opportunity Program
- EPT & ELM Testing
- Financial Aid
- Mentoring Program
- Service Learning
- Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA)
- Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC)
Provides youth in foster care with independent living skills training to assist in their transition to a successful, independent lifestyle.
A coalition of youth, service providers, and community organizations, Foster Youth Alliance is dedicated to empowering foster youth as they transition to adulthood. FYA promotes a seamless system of services in Alameda County, California, through maximum coordination, strong advocacy and strategic resource development.
Administers a full service health center, provides transitional housing, and links former foster youth to education, job training, mentors and other housing.
Chabot Community College provides a direct pipeline for CSUEB transfer students.
Promotes long-term self-sufficiency among emancipated foster youth by providing them with the skills, resources, and support to make a successful transition to adulthood.
Fostering Futures was founded to provide scholarships and other support to former foster youth throughout California who have proven themselves scholastically and have demonstrated the motivation and perseverance required to carry them into successful adulthood.
Northern California Foster Youth Consortium
The NCFYC is comprised of all campus-based foster youth support programs from Northern California. The respective Coordinators from each campus convene at least twice a year to share best practices and strategies on program funding, development, and implementation.
One Child is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing disadvantaged children with new clothing and school supplies. One Child began in Fremont, California and now serves families throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.