Introducing the Guided Pathway Support Program
A Ron brown scholar program initiative
GPS uses a “high-tech and high-touch” advising and information sharing model to empower African American high school juniors, seniors, their parents and counselors during the college preparation and selection process. It guides students along these journeys via tele-mentoring, leadership conferences, and exposure to successful peers on the GPS Workplace by Facebook platform.
"We continuously challenge ourselves to impact potential leaders through our motto related to social change, ‘the Value of One, the Power of All.’ GPS will positively impact tens of thousands of lives and careers."
Mike Mallory - President & CEO, Ron Brown Scholar Fund
what is gps?
GPS teaches students how to prepare for, apply to, pay for, persist in and graduate from college.
GPS empowers and guides students through every step of the increasingly complex college application process. Using high-tech and high-touch mentorship, GPS helps students to navigate the path to top colleges and universities by directing them to the most comprehensive and reliable admissions resources available.Read More
Ron Brown Scholars
From left to right, Ron Brown Scholars Chaz Beasley, Dasia Moore and Azeezat Adeleke seated during a breakout session at the Ron Brown Scholar Alumni Association Leadership Conference 2015
A college education offers boundless opportunities. GPS provides access to them.
We’ve designed a high-tech and high-touch model to help us achieve our goals.
interested in applying?
The application period opens March 1st for rising high school juniors and seniors.
The ron brown scholar program
Since 1996, the Ron Brown Scholar Program has pursued a single mission: to improve the lives of intellectually gifted but economically challenged African-American students.
The Ron Brown Scholar Program (RBSP) has evolved into one of the most prestigious scholarships and leadership development programs in the country. Our expertise is in guiding talented African American youth from society’s margins into mainstream and beyond. Since 1996, RBSP has awarded $40,000 college scholarships to exceptional African American high school seniors who demonstrate a commitment to public service.Read More