• Our mission is to equip high school students with the tools needed to succeed as future leaders in college.

     

    Do you desire to go to college?

    Are you anxious about navigating through your first year?

    Would you like to have a mentor?

     

    If you answered yes to any of those questions, you are in the right place!

  • About C.H.I.L.L.

    C.H.I.L.L. offers a unique program that targets high school juniors and seniors by providing them with the secret handbook to maneuvering through the obstacles of college. Our students receive first hand experiences from current college students through thought- provoking discussions and interactive workshops.

    Mentoring

    CHILL mentors junior and senior high school students in the metro DC and Atlanta areas. Current college students and recent graduates provide their perspective of college life which helps students navigate through their matriculation successfully.

    Community Service

    CHILL has partnered with organizations such as the Boys & Girls Club, as well as local recreation centers in order to continuously serve the youth in our community.

    Scholarship

    CHILL promotes higher learning and upholds scholarship by encouraging high school students to strive for academic success. We are striving to provide financial support to assist with academic endeavors.

    Panel Discussions

    CHILL hosts interactive panel discussions that provide high school students with the opportunity to have their questions and concerns about college addressed. Students receive practical advice and personal insight regarding every aspect of college life.

    Summer Programs

    CHILL's annual summer program “Survival of the Fittest, Your Guide To Navigating Through College” is an interactive 4 session crash course that provides students with a snapshot of what to expect in college. It exposes students to potential challenges they may face in college and how to overcome those challenges.

  • News & Events

    Our Past & Recent Events

    2017

    - Launched $20.17 Scholarship Campaign

    - Awarded 5 $1,000 Scholarships to students in Washington D.C., Oakland, Atlanta, GA, and Oakland, California

    2016

    - C.H.I.L.L. 4-week Summer Program

    - 4th Annual C.H.I.L.L. GALA

    - “Meet the Greeks” College Night @ AMHS

    -SMLAC Debutante Program Seminar

    -C.H.I.L.L. 4 week October Program

    - Kappa League Senior Seminar

     

    2015

    - “Keep It 100” Panel at Berean Christian Church

    - "CHILL and Chat" Event at Berean Christian Church

    - "Real Talk Back" College Panel at AMHS

     

    2014

    -ASBC HBCU College Festival, “Mixed Up, Messed Up, Moving On” Panel

    - Sexual awareness workshop led by Dr. Tamara Henry of Georgetown University

    - C.H.I.L.L. Week at Howard University

     

     

    2013

    - All male wrap session at Prince George's Recreational Center

    -“Mixed Up, Messed Up, Moving On” Panel Discussion

    - First annual C.H.I.L.L. Gala

    - Feed The Homeless Community Service Event

    - Collaborated with College Is Cool Inc.

     

    2012

    - Recognized by Howard University as a Collegiate Mentoring Program

    - Partnered with Upward Bound

    - Howard University Organizational Fair

     

    2011

    - First workshop in Washington, DC at Theodore Roosevelt Sr. High School

    - Volunteered with the Boys and Girls Club Anti-Bullying Initiative

  • C.H.I.L.L. SUPERSTARS

    1st Annual C.H.I.L.L. Scholarship Recipients  

    Jana Washington

    Future Psychologist

    Jana is a graduating senior from Benjamin Banneker Academic High School in Washington D.C. She plans to attend Drexel University in the Fall. Her career aspirations are to become a child and adolescent psychologist.

    Moziqe Howard

    Future Business Leader

    Moziqe is a graduating senior from Mckinley Tech High School in Washington D.C. She plans to attend North Carolina Central in the Fall. As a first generation college student, Mozique plans to major in Business Management.

  • CHILL Media

    Photo & Video of CHILL's Impact

  • Meet the Founders

    In the fall of 2010, five young women, who are now graduates of Howard University, saw the need for a mentorship program that assisted students with their matriculation through college. These ladies were not privileged to have someone guide them through the various obstacles they faced. They were determined to make a change for the students that followed them.

     

    “Giving back to the youth has always been something we have been passionate about and is one of the most rewarding experiences that we have had in our lives. It was something that

    we never had, being the difference in the lives of our future leaders is a honor and a privilege” - C.H.I.L.L. Founders

    Shynell Cooper

    Co-founder

    Shynell Cooper is an assistant coordinator of an after school program at Markham Elementary School in Oakland, CA. She received her B.S. in Health Sciences from Howard University in 2013. While being a student at Howard, Shynell understood the importance of having a mentor. She realized that transitioning to college from high school is not easy. Her decision to become a mentor and pass down knowledge to youth under her is the most fulfilling and rewarding thing that she has ever done. As C.H.I.L.L. continues to expands, Shynell only hopes that she can continue to INSPIRE students to GROW to their full potential, so that they can ACHIEVE the goals they have set before them.

    Roxanne Daley

    Co-founder

    Roxanne Daley is currently in her third year of law school at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She graduated from Howard University in 2013 with a B.S. in Psychology. Throughout Roxanne’s matriculation, she learned how vital it is to network with her peers, become a leader, and lend a helping hand to others. As College Has Its Life Lessons expands, Roxanne is confident that it will continue to promote excellence among students who matriculate through high school, college, and graduate school.

    Britni Knott

    Co-founder

    Britni Knott is a graduate student at Georgia State University, pursuing a Master of Public Health, with a concentration in Management and Policy. She received a B.S. in Health Sciences from Howard University in 2013. While at Howard University, she learned the importance of higher education and how to use her college experiences to excel in life. As a mentor and youth leader, she envisions C.H.I.L.L. impacting the lives of students around the world and creating successful future leaders.

    Kyera Perry

    Co-founder

    Kyera Perry has previous experience as an elementary educator and is currently pursuing a license in Real Estate. Before attaining a career in education, she matriculated at Howard University and eventually graduated with a B.S. in Human Development, and an M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education. During her time on campus, she discovered ,through her own experiences, that there was a need to help students understand the reality of being on a college campus. Through C.H.I.L.L., Kyera hopes to expose youth to the obstacles and lessons they will face on their journey, in order to help them be successful. As a result , they will achieve greatness and be inspired to impact the upcoming generations.

    Myriah Sparks

    Co-founder

    Myriah Sparks completed her MBA at Clark Atlanta University with a concentration in Marketing. She is currently a Senior Consultant with North Highland Consulting. She attended Howard University where she received her bachelor's degree in Business Administration. Myriah discovered her passion and purpose for giving back through mentorship because it was something she lacked growing up. Her vision for C.H.I.L.L. is to continue to impact the lives of youth and providing them with the resources they need to achieve any level of success not just in college but in life.

  • GIVE THE GIFT OF COLLEGE SUCCESS

    C.H.I.L.L. is currently expanding as an organization and a brand to impact more high school students across the nation. How do we get the funding to continue impacting the lives of our future leaders?

     

    C.H.I.L.L. is a federally tax-exempt, 501(c)3 charitable non-profit organization, and relies on the financial support of people like you.

     

    Your contribution will aid C.H.I.L.L. in the following areas:

    1. Providing scholarships to our C.H.I.L.L. graduates

    2. Providing resources for developmental workshops

    3. Providing funding for C.H.I.L.L. Initiatives

     

    WITH SINCERITY, WE THANK YOU!

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