To the 2017 LOT (Leaders of Tomorrow) program, formerly known as CASH. We extend a warm and open welcome as we are coming off an exciting 2016 year. Join us in developing our high school students into leaders of tomorrow, starting on January 6, 2017, as we embark on our 24th year. Our motto for this year is Challenge yourself to be great.
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The life of a high school student to help them become better Leaders of Tomorrow and impact real change in their communities. Our unique mentor and mentee relationship fosters learning for both the professional and students. Mentees get to learn everything from preparing for college, nailing the essay, public speaking, business etiquette, networking, and more. Mentors develop and refine their leadership skills, give back to their community, network, and more.


To provide African American and other underrepresented high school students with awareness, education and information of the economic, financial and social advantages of graduating from high school and matriculating through college and into the competitive work force.


Visionaries and help harness the talent necessary to develop well-rounded and undoubtedly great thinkers who are prepared for the challenges of the 21st century global workforce. We provides access to business professionals and resources to help the youth in our community in several aspects of their life. Our students are exposed to real world topics ranging from choosing the right college, financial literacy, to developing a business plan. Check out what we have in store for this year.


When & Where
Columbia University
3022 Broadway, Uris Hall,
New York, NY 10027

All sessions will take place between 6:00PM – 8:00PM. Date and/or location are subject to change with advanced notice.

Train: 1 to 116th St
Bus: SBS60, M4, M104 to Broadway & 116th St. M11 to Amsterdam & 116th St. M5 to Riverside Dr & 116th St.



Students mentored



of our LOT graduates enroll in college



in scholarships and programming support given to the community


“Best memory: when my team won first-place with the Case Competition for the first time, because we had lost the year before that. And because I had been so shy before, it was just amazing for me to see how I could get up and give a presentation to a board of judges and do it in front of the whole student body present.”

Kristen Brown


Summer programs coming soon.

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