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More Ways to Help

Donate online at cty.jhu.edu/advance, and expand this box to learn more ways to support students at CTY.

Make a Gift

Summer and Online Scholarships
If you would like to sponsor one or more students, a gift of $3,800 will cover tuition and other expenses for a residential summer program. A gift of $1,000 will pay for an online course. Other gift amounts will cover partial scholarships, books, lab fees, or travel to program sites. Contact: JoAnne Woolley at jwoolley@jhu.edu

Alumni Scholarship Fund
No one knows better than CTY alumni the difference a CTY experience can make. Gifts directly benefit students from families that would otherwise not be able to take advantage of CTY programs. Full and partial scholarships are available, so a gift of any size will make a difference. Contact: Derek Spahr at dspahr@jhu.edu

CTY Scholars
CTY’s national outreach and scholarship program identifies academically talented eighth-graders from low-income families and provides them with the support, challenge, and direction they need throughout high school to gain admission to the nation’s most selective colleges and universities. The CTY Scholars program brings these students to the highest level of academic achievement through participation in rigorous summer programs, distance education courses, academic counseling, and an entrepreneurship program. Contact: Liza Cole at lcole@jhu.edu

Endowment
Be a guiding force in CTY’s success by establishing an endowment that honors a loved one or memorializes an important figure in your life. Doing so will help us carry on our mission of cultivating some of the brightest minds in the world. Contact: Margaret Walsh at mwalsh@jhu.edu

Make a gift of any amount
Our report describes just a few of the children whose lives have been transformed by their CTY experience. Would you consider a gift to help a student? All gifts, large and small, help. Donate online at www.cty.jhu.edu/advance

About CTY

The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth is a nonprofit organization dedicated to identifying and developing the talents of the most promising K-12 students worldwide.

As part of Johns Hopkins, CTY helps fulfill the university’s mission of preparing students to make significant future contributions to our world.

www.cty.jhu.edu

The Johns Hopkins University
Center for Talented Youth
5801 Smith Ave
McAuley Hall, Suite 400
Baltimore, MD 21209
410.735.4100
ctyinfo@jhu.edu
www.cty.jhu.edu