The mission of The DJ|JD Foundation is the pursuit of the following principles:
Financial Independency and Motivation: The DJ|JD Foundation is committed to showing high school students the value of financial planning and long term saving with our scholarships, while properly incentivizing our students for their consistent academic performance.
Personal Development: The DJ|JD Foundation wants students to focus on their personal growth in their lives, careers, friendships, networks, and families.
Promise: The DJ|JD Foundation wants to inspire students to commit to the value of long-term goal setting, successful practices, and financial independence through managing strong interpersonal skills.
Goal Setting: The focus of The DJ|JD Foundation is to empower high school students in establishing goals and following through on commitments to instill a sense of hope in their future.
Recognize Possibility: The DJ|JD Foundation wants to expand the perspective of high school students to make them aware how much of a competitive advantage they actually have when applying to college.
The DJ | JD Foundation’s mission is to be committed to developing students to the highest level of their potential, utilizing multiple college preparatory programs, provide financial literacy and scholarships, and a commitment to their community. The DJ|JD Foundation will support its students multi-faceted contributions to their communities, advances in their educational goals and aspirations, and will work to fill the overall need for competitive college and job placement.
KEYS TO SUCCESS
The DJ|JD Foundaiton, key's to success are simple:
Establish a strong network of support for high school students and supporting high schools.
Launch a series of fundraising activities that will successfully fund the expanding of our various programs and scholarships.
Effectively institute our programming to focus on the development of high school students to increase their ability to become more competitively advantage amongst a diverse applicant pool for colleges and universities.
Establish an effective monitoring system to protect both the youth and the mentor.