King’s College has been approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development under two separate Educational Improvement Tax Credits Programs:
1. Under King’s Pre-Kindergarten Scholarship Organization, contributions from business firms earning EITC are used to provide tuition to eligible Pre-Kindergarten students to attend King’s College’s Early Learning Center.
2. Under King’s Educational Improvement Organization, contributions from business firms earning EITC are used to fund costs associated with the following programs:
a. The Young Scholars Program – under this program, gifted high school juniors and seniors take first-year or introductory-level courses during the academic year and in the summer at King’s and receive college credit for their experience; and
b. The McGowan Hispanic Outreach Summer Residential Enrichment Program – under this program, approximately 13 to 20 rising junior and senior low-income Latino high school students board in King’s dormitories for three weeks during the summer each year and participate in a schedule of course work and other enrichment programs during their stay.
If interested in contributing to either of these Programs, please contact:
Director of Institutional and Academic Grants
133 North River Street
Administration Building - Room 510
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711