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Our Programs & Events at a Glance:
Campus tours are an essential component of the college preparatory program. Students transitioning out of high school sometimes select a college/university to attend without visiting first to solidify their decision.
The practice test are offered 2-3 times per year to middle and high school students, to ensure proficiency and progress in the attaining of a high score. The students take the test and follow-up the next week for the score-back and receive…
The b2M programs created to build CONFIDENCE are held throughout the year. Crowley Foundation board members, staff, and volunteers host each session. Topics include, but not be limited to: Dating and Sexual Encounters, Financial Literacy, Table Etiquette…
Kenneth D. Crowley Sr. (Executive Director)
The Crowley Foundation was founded in 2009 by Kenneth D. Crowley Sr. A product of Denver Public Schools and a graduate of South High School. While interning at Langston University (his alma mater), Kenneth learned the importance of how a foundation’s role can support and influence a community. He also realized the importance of giving back and helping others. The Crowley Foundation’s activities, programs, relationships and goals are grounded in building strong emotional, intellectual and social skills that support youth success. The organization’s mission is to financially support low-income youth that have a desire to pursue higher education. Kenneth was apart of the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK25) 2016 inaugural class & he is also a graduate of The Leadership Denver program (class of 2015), the freshest class ever!