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THE H.O.P.E. PROJECT - NIGHT TRAINING - MUST BE A D.C. RESIDENT TO APPLY - ANY AGE
We have a four phase application process:
information session at The H.O.P.E. Project or a prescheduled offsite location is
. We will
accept an application from a candidate without attending the information session. We will confirm your attendance by the sign-in sheet.
Take the TABE Exam, a basic reading and math test. Candidiates must perform at the 9th grade or higher to be eligible.
The application process consists of submitting in a timely manner the candidate’s application and essay. We want to hear why you feel you should be selected into the program. The essay consists of two parts. Tell us
WHY YOU APPLIED TO THE HOPE PROJECT and
WHY YOU SHOULD BE SELECTED AS A HOPE PROJECT STUDENT. The essay should be written and saved in
We expect your essay to be
at least 500 words
. The application is a fillable Microsoft Word document and can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.
Email your application and essay as attachments to
, once you take and pass the CASAS Exam. DO NOT submit your essay in the body of the email.
Any application received after deadline will
be considered, for the upcoming class.
APPLICATIONS WILL BE REVIEWED AND YOU WILL ONLY BE CONTACTED IF YOUR APPLICATION WAS SELECTED.
ONLY the applications and essays selected will be contacted via email to schedule an over-the-phone interview.
After completing a successful interview, ONLY selected candidates will be asked to attend a panel interview at the International Graduate University.
Applications and essays are due by 6:00 PM EST two days after attending the information session (Selected candidates will be contacted via email)
If selected you will be contacted to schedule a date for your interview
Start of next class
ALL COMMUNICATION WILL BE VIA EMAIL. WE SUGGEST YOU CHECK YOUR EMAIL FREQUENTLY. YOU WILL BE ASKED TO RESPOND TO EMAIL WITH DEADLINES.
Classes are held on Tuesday through Thursday evenings from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Community College Preparatory Academy Adult Charter School and The HOPE Project Facility. Classes are held on some Saturdays. Students will be notified in advance when a Saturday class is held. All Saturday class will start at 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM.
Please fill out the application completely. No blanks. For example, be sure to include date of high school graduation.
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