Mission

To dismantle the cradle-to-prison pipeline for children of color
and children in poverty through education.

ABOUT US

How We're Helping

The 2019 Educating Children of Color Summit will be held January 19, 2019 at Colorado College. 

 BUILDING BRIDGES


Free to parents and students, 8th grade and above. $35 for professionals.

Students-apply for scholarships for higher education!

Educators-apply for scholarships for professional development or classroom enhancement!


Since 2008, we have awarded over $156,000 in scholarships and educational gifts.

We have also given away  158 laptops. 

Summit Registration

Register starting October 1, 2018. Register early and qualify for extra opportunities.

Thank You

Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. 

Site Content

ECOC Summit

Every year in January, we host our annual summit. Over 1000 students, professionals, and parents attend.


Diversity University

July 23-27, 2018

The purpose of this institute is to improve the ability of professionals and the community to respond to the needs of a culturally diverse population. 

SAT Prep

Tutoring to help students prepare for the SAT Test. Starts after the Summit and goes through mid April each year.


Statistics

Children of color are more likely to experience negative outcomes in the school, child welfare and juvenile justice systems than their white peers. Explore the data here.

ECOC updates and news

Keep up to date on what's happening at ECOC, including fundraising events.



Scholarships

Since 2008, we have provided over $156,000 in scholarships and educational gifts.



2017 Summit Promotional Video

Video showcases the 2016 Summit, including speakers Dr. Stephanie Rose and Clifton Taulbert. Video created by the 2016-2017 Rampart High School KRAM team.

2018 Summit Promotional Video

Check out the action at the 2017 Educating Children of Color Summit. Lance Allred, first legally deaf NBA player and Craig Boykin, GED to PhD were two of the presenters at the Summit.  Video credit:  2017-2018 Rampart High School KRAM team.

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