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Standing With Students

We believe that all children should have access to every educational opportunity and be able to pursue their dreams, no matter their background.

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We envision a day when the future of America's children is determined solely by their talent, motivation and effort.

  • Serving students across Oregon

    The Statewide Initiative wrapped up its inaugural year of programming for low-income students throughout Oregon, and growth is on the horizon. Next year, our program will double in size to reach even more students across the state. Rural communities experience unique obstacles when it comes to college access, including technology and resource limitations. As a result, rural students are 10 percent less likely to enroll in college than their urban peers. College Possible students like Ian, a junior at Gaston…
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  • “It’s like a weight has been lifted from my shoulders.”

    When Fardosa thinks about College Possible, the first word that comes to mind is “fun.” Spending time with friends, getting to know her coach Jenna and enjoying snacks during session are highlights from her College Possible experience at Ubah Medical Academy. Beyond the community she developed, Fardosa recognizes how much College Possible did to prepare her for the college process. “I’m really glad I did College Possible because my ACT score increased between each practice ACT that we took,” says…
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  • A Year of Memories: Our AmeriCorps Members’ Final Day of Service

    Today marked the official end for many of our AmeriCorps members’ terms of service at College Possible Chicago. These 18 idealistic leaders chose to devote a year of their lives toward improving educational inequities in Chicago, helping to make sure that our students, regardless of income, get on a path toward obtaining a college degree. Through their hard work, our juniors saw a 24 percent SAT increase and over 98 percent of our seniors were admitted into four-year colleges and…
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