Pre-Collegiate Preparation & Scholarships

Services and LPP Venues


For more on what is happening in LPP, please see the LPP website created by the various projects.

While local LPP designs may vary, all LPPs provide the following services:

Academic Support

  • Assessments
  • Strategies for effective learners
  • Tutoring/homework assistance
  • Exam reviews
  • Developmental and college courses


  • Case management
  • Individual/group counseling
  • Family services
  • Crisis intervention
  • Academic advisement
  • College/career exploration & placement assistance

Workforce Preparation

  • Career/employment search strategies
  • Job shadows, internships, part-time/summer employment
  • Pre-profession orientation
  • Service-Learning Projects
  • Entrepreneurial Projects

Parent Engagement

  • Support networks
  • Family Advocacy
  • College
  • GED & ESL classes
  • Workforce transition assistance

Cultural Enrichment

  • Field trips to educational, cultural and recreation venues
  • Some LPPs may offer programs in fine & performing arts and/or sports
  • College visits and academic and career planning

LPP Venues

LPP Services are offered through a variety of settings that are based on the needs of the local community.

  • School-based Model

LPP services are (a) inserted into the regular school day; (b) as part of the extended-day schedule; or (c) as a component of a structured afterschool enterprise.

  • Campus-based Model

LPP services are delivered on the college campus through after-school, weekend and summer programming.

  • Community-based Model

    LPP services are offered through neighborhood settings and may be implemented at not-for- profit agencies, local businesses, or churches.

  • Hybrid Models

    Individual LPPs may offer services through multiple venues.
Last Updated: March 6, 2014