The current membership of NHEOA is made up of individuals who work in educational opportunity programs across the state. These programs include:
Breakthrough Collaborative launches promising middle school students, particularly those with limited opportunities, on the path to college while inspiring high school and college students to pursue careers in education.
New Hampshire has one Breakthrough Collaborative program:
EDUCATIONAL TALENT SEARCH (ETS)
ETS serves qualified individuals ages 11 to 27, providing advising and referral related to academic progress, career planning, postsecondary enrollment, and student financial assistance. Program staff encourage participants to complete high school and enroll in a postsecondary program, or encourage participants who have dropped out of secondary or postsecondary education to re-enroll.
New Hampshire has one statewide Talent Search program:
GEAR UP (GU)
Gear Up, which stands for Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs, provides service to a cohort of high-poverty middle and high school students and college scholarships to low-income students.
New Hampshire has one Gear Up Program:
UPWARD BOUND (UB)
Upward Bound programs serve high school students and veterans who are low income and first generation with year round academic tutoring and counseling, assistance with postsecondary preparation and enrollment, financial aid guidance, and summer programs consisting of academic and cultural enrichment.
New Hampshire has three Upward Bound Programs:
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
SSS participants are enrolled college students who are from low-income families, first generation college students, or students with disabilities. SSS programs seek to increase the retention, graduation, and transfer rates of participants.
New Hampshire has three SSS programs:
RONALD E. McNAIR POST-BACCALAUREATE ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM (McNAIR)
McNair Programs prepare low-income/first-generation and minority college undergraduates for entry into and completion of graduate programs, with a focus on the doctorate and a career in college teaching.
New Hampshire has one McNair Program: