Maryland College Graduates


Laurel Leader

"Lifehouse Church's Lead Pastor Gavin Brown"

The Business Monthly

"First Generation College Bound Recognized for 2017 Forecast: A Generally Positive Vibe"

Catalogue for Philanthropy

"Mentoring Helps Students Gain Access to College"

Laurel Leader

"Overcoming obstacles with First Generation College Bound"


Baltimore Sun

"With help from First Generation College Bound, mother and daughter do so much more..."


The Catholic University of America Magazine

"Coaching in the Community"

 Baltimore Sun

"Laurel educator's vision has helped hundreds earn college degrees" 

The Prince George's Post
"Maryland Legislator, Once Impoverished, Wants To Give Back To Low-Income Students"


"County schools participate in program to help students apply for college"


Laurel Leader

"First Generation celebrates 23rd class of college-bound graduates"

Baltimore Sun
Laurel Leader

"Laurel nonprofits receive county Community Partnership Grants"


Laurel Leader

"First Generation founder is LEAD fellow"

Laurel Leader

"First Generation College Bound makes higher education a reality"


Laurel Leader

"Rep. Steny Hoyer and First Generation alumni praise Pell Grant program"

Laurel Leader

"Stepping stones on the way to college"

Columbia Flyer

“College access program propels Wilde Lake grad to master’s degree”


Laurel Leader

“First Generation College Bound marks 20th year”

News Channel 8

“Darren Hanible talks about how First Generation College Bound helped make his dreams come true”

Laurel Gazette

“Program marks 20 years of getting students to college”


Laurel Leader

“College-bound program celebrates another class”

Laurel Gazette

“First Generation College Bound honors Class of 2009″

Laurel Leader

“First Generation College Bound celebrates its goals”


Fox 5

“2008 Annual Celebration”


The Washington Post

“Persevering Despite Family Tragedies”

Laurel Gazette

“Despite tragedy, Laurel siblings become college graduates”

Laurel Gazette

“College fund founder honored in community”