1. Assist students with developing concrete college and career plans to pursue upon completing high school.
2. To support students by building a positive self-image that will reduce the number of students failing to pursue post-secondary options because of low self-esteem, self-identity issues or social-emotional challenges.
3. To develop intentional relationships with students and serve as mentors to will encourage spiritual growth and maturity.
4. To award academic scholarships to students that meet eligibility requirements. To date, over $30,000 has been awarded to students in the Chicagoland area.