• Monday, December 11, 2017; The Robin A. Martin 2017-2018 Five Hundred Dollar ($500.00) Research Award and Scholarship

    A. Eligibility - Student enrolled in High School as of October, 2017
    B. Application - Are due on or before Monday, December 11, 2017; Responses should be answered in 12 point print; Applications must include the student’s Name, Address, City, State and Zip Code, (email optional)Parent or Guardian Contact information, High School, High School Telephone Number and Name of the current principal. Completed applications must be returned by mail to C.A.E.P. (2017-2018 Research Award and Scholarship) P.O. Box 71, Lynn, MA 01905. 781-595-1022. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

  • C. Research - High School Student is required to complete research questions on five (5) institutions of higher education (College, University, Technical or Trade) Name of the Institution (Administration Office and Current President or Director)

    1. What are the types of applications offered by the institutions and what are the deadlines.
    2. What specific high school courses are required by the institutions?
    3. Do the institutions require standardized test. ( If so what test are required)
    4. What is the required Grade Point Average (G.P.A)
    5. What is the amount of tuition (instate and out of state tuition)
    6. Do the institutions offer a merit scholarship and what are the qualifications?
    7. What high school courses receive credit from the institutions?
    8. What is a first choice major and how may the first choice major be changed?
    9. Do the institutions require final transcripts? (why or why not)
    10. Are students allowed to defer admission to the institutions to a future term? ( If so what are the requirements)

    D. Scholarship - (Five hundred (500) words or fewer Essay) after the research has been completed on Five Institutions: Select two of the five institutions and debate, argue the pros and cons of attending each institution and how attending one institution would best benefit the student and the student’s family.

    E. The Research and Scholarship will be evaluated together and the winner of the Robin A. Martin Five Hundred Dollar ($500.00) Research Award and Scholarship will be announced on Monday, January 15, 2018.
  • Friday, December 1, 2017, 6:00pm;Make your end of year tax-deductible donation. Tickets available on, 4 Adams Street, Ext., Lynn, MA 01902, 781-595-1022.

    1st Place is $1,000.

    2nd Place is $500.

    3rd Place is $100.

    Please be part of the solution. Donations to youth organizations are greater than > the number of youth that pass due to violence.

    Tickets are $20.00 donation. Refreshments will be available. Open Mic and Game Night!

    Tel. 781-595-1022

    Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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  • College Application Education Project, Inc. (C.A.E.P.) joint medical education (diabetes) workshop lunch in conjunction with Zion Baptist Church (ZBC)  on Friday, May 19, 2017 at twelve noon, 12:00 noon, 4 Adams Street Ext., Lynn, MA 01902, 781-595-1022.  Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP by May 12, 2017 by telephoning 781-595-1022.
  • Meet C.A.E.P! Tune into our LIVE show! September 14, 2016, 11:00 am (Comcast channels: 3&22 Verzion channels: 37&38)
  • C.A.E.P. Meeting Saturday, September 17, 2016 11:00 am , 4 Adams Street, Ext., Lynn, MA 01902 781-595-1022


Community Service Opportunities with C.A.E.P., Inc.

  • C.A.E.P.'s annual fall leaf rake program for senior and disabled citizens of Lynn, MA. Program starts September 13th, 2014 Thru November 15th, 2014.
  • My Brothers Table Service Day, Friday November 27th, 2014 from 4:30pm-7:30pm. At 98 Willow St, Lynn, MA 01902
  • Second My Brothers Table Service Day, Saturday December 28th, 2014 from 1:30pm-4:30PM. At 98 Willow St, Lynn, MA 01902


For More Information Regarding These Events and How You Can Help Call C.A.E.P., Inc. @ 781-595-1022 ask for Arthur Akers


College Visits

New Events Coming Soon

Field Trips

New Events Coming Soon


Past C.A.E.P. Events





  • C.A.E.P. Community Project, Zion Baptist Church Annual Men's Day, May 18, 2014

  • CAEP Performs Macbeth –watch video
    This is a short documentary about the College Application Education Program (in Lynn, MA). Created and performed their own hip-hop inspired interpretation of Shakespeare's Macbeth. Macbeth production led by RuDee Lipscomb.
    Video created by Ryan Tebo.


  • The College Application Education Project, Inc. (C.A.E.P.) Fundraiser Challenge Celebration at C.A.E.P. 270 Union Street, Lynn, MA 01901, 781-596-0760 on Saturday, April 5, 2014.
  • U Mass Amherst campus visit – Saturday February 18, 2012 at 10 am

  • C.A.E.P Fundraiser Saturday April 5th, 2014

  • Merrimack College on December 10, 2011.

  • July 15: College Tour of Brown University in Rhode Island.

  • July 23: Community Service at the Zion Baptist Church, Lynn MA.

  • July 23:Trip to Six Flags.

  • July 30 Trip to the Boston Convention Center, attended the National Urban College Fair (included 70 colleges).

  • August 6:Car Wash Fundraiser at the Zion Baptist Church, 10 am- 6 pm.

  • August 13: Community Service time at the City Community Food Pantry.

  • CAEP Debate on Immigration


  • Boston University Huntington Theatre Company: " Fences" "A Civil War Christmas"

  • ‘MAKING A WAY’ Workshops

  • EXCEL Student Talent Shows


  • Founder’s Day Black and White Ball

  • EXCEL Student Teacher’s Night

  • Day Tour of Harvard University

  • ANNUAL Math and Chess Tournament

  • Boston College tour and Basketball Game

  • United States Naval Academy tour and Basketball Game


  • Yale University Tour


  • ESPN tour


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CAEP Debate on Immigration - July 2010

BC Eagles

BC Eagles

Navy Game