Support College Bound 2015 & Deliver Essential Resources to our Youth

Support College Bound 2015 & Deliver Essential Resources to our Youth

Learn about the incredible College Bound 2015 event and how you can support.


The corridor of uncertainty (Intense)

Managed Solution started supporting Just in Time for Foster Youth in June of 2010 through their College Bound Program by helping procure and distribute laptops and printers to JIT Youth who enrolled in their College Bound program.

Managed Solution made a commitment to JIT that they would also provide helpdesk support to College Bound youth for the term of their college career.

Today we are proud to say we are supporting more than 400 JIT youth!

The Managed Solution team is showing their support for College Bound 2015 by volunteering at their annual events and prepping 75 laptops that will be distributed to the College Bound Youth on June 20, 2015 10am-3pm @USD Campus.

What's Missing for the Youth Leaving Foster Care?

How to Donate

managed solution donates and advocates for college bound 2015The Managed Solution team has a goal to raise $5000. Please help us reach this goal by visiting our College Bound Fundraising page: Donate here


Alicia Moshtagh, Customer Relationship Manager, shopping with youth at a past College Bound event.

Beginning in 2006, JIT awarded its first group of 8 college bound youth with resources for starting their college careers. Over the past nine years, College Bound has grown to help more than 400 youth toward success in college.

Each year, the Just in Time family comes together to give transitioning foster youth the resources and encouragement they need to begin a new life chapter as college students.

Participating youth connect with potential life-long mentors and successful JIT College Bound Alumni, receive laptops and printers, learn valuable tips on money management, legal matters and practical purchases, and pair up with a JIT Volunteer Shopper to buy essential dorm furnishings and school supplies.


Statistics show that 70% of foster youth express a desire to go to college, while only 13% attend and, at best, 3% graduate. For those who do attend, there is a 23% graduation rate compared to 45% for the general population.


While support for foster youth exists in the form of scholarships and other services, the statistics reveal persistent gaps in positive outcomes – gaps created by a lack of the basic resources required for college life and the focused and consistent encouragement of an extended family.


A recent evaluation of the 165 participants in College Bound cohorts from 2012-2014 showed that:

• 89% of participants remain enrolled in school

• 6 have graduated, including CSU San Marcos Alumnus and JIT Program Coordinator James Monroe

Learn more at

Continued Reading

New Managed Solution, SHI Partnership Empowers Businesses with Holistic Technology Solution

June 17, 2015 - Managed Solution, a highly honored and […]


Oculus debuts consumer version of VR headset, partners with Xbox

Oculus, the virtual reality company owned by Facebook Inc, debuted […]


Contact us Today!

Chat with an expert about your business’s technology needs.