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Foundation Partners

The Foundation for Hispanic Education has historically developed and maintained partnerships with community organizations, corporate collaborators/supporters, and others in the interest of supporting current high school students, academically and socially.

The resulting benefits have been in the form of college/career exposure and preparation, in addition to creating a positive educational ecosystem on the school campuses.

The Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley (HFSV) is dedicated to inspiring community philanthropy and engaging people to invest in the educational excellence, leadership development, research, and convening and engaging the Hispanic community to improve the quality of life for Latinos and the Silicon Valley region. For more information, please see their Hispanic Foundation College Success Center informational sheet on our side menu.

HFSV provides quarterly courses to TFHE students at a significantly reduced cost including (but not limited to): SAT Preparation, STEM Education coursework, the Tech Museum Family course, and the Parent Institute for Quality Engagement (PIQE) courses. 


Santa Clara University's School of Education and Counseling Psychology's Mission is to prepare outstanding therapists, educators, and advocates, grounded in the Jesuit values of deep respect for all and a focus on social justice. Our mission is to develop professionals who will serve and positively transform schools, communities, and the greater society through their work.
San Jose Evergreen Community College District's (SJECCD) Mission is to meet the diverse educational and workforce needs of our community by empowering our students to become agents of socio-economic change. 
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Voices Academy Mount Pleasant's Mission is to empower students with the right mindsets and critical thinking expertise to succeed in college and within the larger society. By providing an academically rigorous dual-language program, Voices Academy students will develop the knowledge and skills to engage critically in their community and view their education as a vehicle for social mobility.