Preston’s Blueprint, the DESTINY Project was established in response to the lack of collaboration toward empowering youth between public, private, and charter high schools of the New Orleans Metro region. The DESTINY Project works to ensure there is effective collaboration and conversation between these schools and that DESTINY’s resources are supported by the entire community and distributed equitably. The DESTINY Project serves as a complimentary service to existing high schools of the New Orleans region, with a recognition that each school has different needs and goals, from decreasing the dropout rate to increasing the number of college enrollments. The resources DESTINY provides include an academic-year mentorship program, a residential summer program, a schoolsponsored organization, and a Collaboration and Accountability Board. The three-week residential summer program provides students with the unique opportunity to take academic courses at Tulane University, and there is social justice framework incorporated throughout the program curriculum and all aspects of the summer program