Educational Talent Search (ETS) is a federally funded TRiO program serving students aged 11-27, focusing on those whose families are on a limited income and whose parents did not graduate with a four year college degree. The program targets "educationally talented" students, any who have the desire and the potential to seek post high school education, which includes two and four year colleges and technical schools. ETS helps students better understand their educational opportunities and options. Therefore, all students are encouraged to apply.
The Clearwater Valley ETS program serves schools in Timberline, Lapwai, Orofino, Kooskia, and Kamiah. Nationwide, over 387,600 individuals are enrolled in 471 ETS projects. The LCSC ETS project will serve 592 students in five schools in Northern Idaho.
The aim of the ETS program is to increase students’ potential to attend post-high school education by providing the following free services:
This Educational Talent Search project is 100% federally funded at $291,264 annually.