If you are interested in participating in ACT Ready as a high school junior or senior, please click here for more information
If you are a college student interesting in working for the ACT Ready program, please click here for more information
ACT Ready is a free ACT preparation program designed to challenge high school juniors and seniors in the Beloit community with the rigors of the ACT exam, utilizing an online testing program, college student mentors for support, and regularly scheduled workshops and activities.
Motivating students to do well on the ACT exam is the ultimate goal, leading to better Act scores, more college selection opportunities, and more potential scholarships for our local young people.
ACT Ready will be a collaborative project, led by Beloit College pre-college staff, to provide 40 juniors and seniors with intensive, ongoing ACT preparation and support to develop test-taking strategies, confidence and knowledge to maximize ACT scores. Bringing together four organizations: Help Yourself-Pre-Collegiate, Upward Bound, the Minority Excellence Organization (MEO), and Emmanuel Baptist Church Youth Group; ACT Ready will motivate and engage students with workshops, one-on-one assistance, practice tests and incentives to improve ACT test scores. First generation students, low-income students, and students of color are encouraged to apply, but ANY student can apply with junior or senior status. Students who are interested in applying should click here for more information and to download an application.
Questions? Please contact any of our ACT Ready staff:
Regina Hendrix, 608-363-2190, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie King, 608-363-2757, email@example.com
Beth Capstick, 608-363-2695, firstname.lastname@example.org
Grant funding from Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation will support this program's inception.
About Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation:
Knowing that education has the power to change lives for the better, Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation & Affiliates helps millions of students pay for college and repay their student loans. Through Community Investments, Great Lakes leads initiatives and funds programs that help students from traditionally underserved backgrounds start and complete a two- or four-year degree or other credential. For additional information, visit mygreatlakes.org/community.