Mission: All Things College is committed to bridging the gap from high school to higher education within the minority community.
Purpose: The primary purpose of All Things College is to Advocate for quality education by informing students and parents nationwide on college readiness, standardized test-prep, and scholarships; ensuring an increase in minority economic growth.
Gia began to develop All Things College (A.T.C.) as a freshman in high school; now, her initiative turned business is committed to bridging the gap from high school to higher education within the minority community. The primary purpose of A.T.C. is to champion for quality education by informing students and parents nationwide on college readiness, standardized test-prep, and scholarships, ensuring an increase in minority economic growth and college retention rates. This line of work is extremely near and dear to Gia’s heart because she is passionate about empowering, encouraging, and equipping others to break generational glass ceilings.
Gia strongly believes that if scholars from the minority communities receive a higher education, this will improve their own community and catapult their success post-graduation. Gia aspires to inspire scholars worldwide to dream big in life and reach their full potential, especially in furthering their education. To date, All Things College has reached over 2,100 scholars across the United States and has helped several students receive full rides, partial scholarships, and acceptance admission from schools like Vanderbilt University, Spelman College, Duke University, East Carolina University, Emory University, Fayetteville State University, Hampton University, Howard University, North Carolina Central University, Louisiana State University, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Hampton University, and Georgia Institute of Technology.