Generation Prodigy (GP) is a non-profit organization committed to developing and supporting youth from inner cities, low-income and rural communities to achieve the highest potential academically, socially and professionally.
GP assists students by providing skills to survive college and adulthood. GP also mentors eighth grade to high school students and follow them through college. Each student adopted into the GP family will experience mentoring, annual Tours and GP Teen Talk programs.
GP supports students in rural communities of Zambia. We provide hope, educational opportunities and clean water to allow youth time for academic studies.
The Wall Street Journal (February 2015) reported that there are large gaps between the wealthy and low-income students as it relates to educational matriculation. Low-income students typically struggle with attaining private scholarships and completing college (Hechinger Report, April 2015).