Minds Matter of San Francisco would like to thank its valued partners. As an all-volunteer organization, our partners' contributions and support go that much further in impacting our students.

Want to partner with Minds Matter of San Francisco? Contact our team.


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The Urban School

The Urban School of San Francisco seeks to ignite a passion for learning, inspiring its students to become self-motivated, enthusiastic participants in their education – both in high school and beyond.

College Greenlight

College Greenlight is a free resource for any first generation, underrepresented student who is serious about getting into and thriving at their perfect college. The program helps students discover, research, and build relationships with the colleges and universities that will allow them to succeed. Because every hard-working student deserves access to a wide variety of financial resources, College Greenlight has built an easily searchable database filled with thousands of scholarships, grants, and merit-aid opportunities.

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10,000 Degrees (10KD)

In 2018, San Francisco-based college success nonprofit and long-time MMSF partner Meritus and the Meritus College Fund joined forces with 10,000 Degrees. California’s leading college success nonprofit, 10,000 Degrees® helps students from low-income backgrounds get to and through college. Thanks to comprehensive personal support, college advising, and financial aid management, over 80% of 10,000 Degrees four-year college students earn bachelor’s degrees, compared to 49% of their peers nationally.

Reed Smith

Reed Smith represents many of the world's leading companies in complex litigation and other high-stakes disputes, cross-border and other strategic transactions, and crucial regulatory matters. With lawyers from coast-to-coast in the United States, as well as in Europe, Asia and the Middle East, Reed Smith is known for its experience across a broad array of industry sectors.

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Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is a national non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology. Through its Summer Immersion Program and Girls Who Code Clubs, the organization is leading the movement to inspire, educate, and equip young women with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.

Minerva Schools at KGI

Founded in 2012, the Minerva Schools at KGI were established to provide an extraordinary liberal arts and sciences education to top students around the world. In an alliance with the Keck Graduate Institute (KGI), Minerva offers four-year undergraduate degrees in five accredited majors as well as two graduate degrees. 

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Zenith Tutoring

SAT Test Prep Classes, Private SAT Coaching, and College Admissions Coaching. Offering SAT Prep in Palo Alto, Mountain View, and the surrounding Bay Area for in-person classes, with national Online SAT Test Prep for those needing online tuition.


St. Ignatius College Preparatory

Catalyst

Code for America

College Track

Teach for America

University of California San Francisco


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