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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.

  • Two Brothers and Two Full Rides to College

    Brothers Kou and Cha Vang are continuing a family tradition of going to college for free. Both brothers were awarded comprehensive scholarships to attend prestigious universities in Wisconsin. Kou will enroll at Marquette University in Milwaukee where he was awarded the Cudahy scholarship, which covers student fees, tuition, room and board, and a meal plan. Cha received the Powers-Knapp Scholarship through University of Wisconsin-Madison which covers his full tuition for eight semesters. Cha will join his older brother, and fellow…
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  • College Possible Secures $60,000 from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation

    College Possible Milwaukee’s demonstrated success has helped it secure a $60,000 grant from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation. The grant will help fund College Possible’s 2017-18 programming in five of its 14 partner high schools and ensure the local nonprofit helps more low-income Milwaukee students get to and through college. Specifically, the grant from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation will support more than 400 high school juniors as they work to improve their ACT scores, which increases their options for college. Students…
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  • 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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