Beyond Emancipation

Publications

thumb_financing Financing Your Education: A Guide For Transition Age Youth
This guide will help you understand how to pay for college, including specific grants and scholarships available to foster youth. It also includes detailed information about Alameda County’s Book Money program.

thumb_CASP_ResGuide_201112 College Access Programs
This guide is intended to help foster youth and their supportive adults make informed de- cisions about college access programs, with the goal of increasing the number of foster youth prepared for and attending college.

thumb_HSdiplomaGED_1112011 High School Diploma and GED Resources
This guide is intended to help TAY (transition age youth) and supportive adults to make informed decisions about programs designed to help them succeed in obtaining their high school diploma or GED certificate.

thumb_RYT_Winter-Spring2011 Resources For Transition Aged Youth: January 2017
A guide to agencies in Alameda County that can help you through your transition to adulthood.

B:E 2014 Annual Summary

photo_home_annualsummary2014_thumb HUNDREDS of youth in need were served this year by B:E programs AND by your donations! Find out how many received education, housing, career support and more.
View/download the 2014 Annual Summary

Newsletters

B:E Newsletter – Spring 2017

 

 

 

thumb_newsletter B:E Newsletter – Spring 2016

news_print_summer2014_thumb B:E Newsletter – Summer 2014

thumb_newsletter_spring_2013 B:E Newsletter – Spring 2013

thumb_newsletter_fall_2011 B:E Newsletter – Fall 2011

thumb_newsletter_spring_2011 B:E Newsletter – Spring 2011

thumb_newsletter_fall_2010 B:E Newsletter – Fall 2010

thumb_newsletter_spring_2008 B:E Newsletter – Spring 2008

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