BPM College Advisory Program

Developing the Black Leaders of Tomorrow

Together we can change the color of the executive suite.

BPM College Advisory Program [CAP] is committed to helping high-school Black scholars find their perfect match academically and financially to achieve success in college and beyond.

Experts argue that high school counselors too often overlook the needs of Black students.  With proper mentorship, we believe that Black scholars not only find the financial resources they are entitled to pay for their college decisions, but they are also able to find purpose and direction amid the most significant intersection of their lives.

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The 5 Core-Steps of the BPM CAP Program

  1. Discovery:  Including our proprietary Conative Assessments and teachings to ensure scholars’ understanding of themselves and their unique abilities.
     

  2. Strategies:  Scholars are presented with individually-matched options for career focus, college majors, and university menus.
     

  3. Solutions:  Coach and Scholars working together to create application solutions to gain admission. 
     

  4. Plan Launch:  Once admissions decisions come back, scholars and their coaches examine all of their options to arrive at the right-fit decision. 
     

  5. Black Progress Finance Connoisseur [BPFC]:  Financial Aid and Scholarship strategies and implementation, including all form filling and scholarship appeals.

Learn more about BPM CAP

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BPM CAP scholars are assigned a coach to work through our proprietary process to support their collegiate success and mentor them during this transitional time.

“Through the BPM College Advisory Program, the class averaged over 90% of their total college cost of attendance funded through a combination of scholarships, grants, and need-based financial aid.

Our first Black scholars committed to extraordinary colleges such as Cornell University, Syracuse University, Howard University, etc.”

— Evan Giokas, Resource Partner, BPM CAP