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Together, We Thrive

Last year, because of generous supporters, donors and friends, 30,000 more low-income students were on the path to a college degree. Read our Annual Report to meet our amazing students who, with your support, are reaching their full potential.

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

  • Ripples of Hope

    The January 15, 2018, cover of The New Yorker poignantly and powerfully juxtaposes the past and the present in our nation’s ongoing struggle for racial equity, depicting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. taking a knee on the sideline between two NFL players. It’s a timely reminder with Martin Luther King Jr. Day just around the corner. This year will mark the eighteenth that College Possible has celebrated MLK Day in reflection on King’s ideals and in service to our communities.…
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  • A Future in Silicon Valley

    While many people are spending time searching Google for their next job, Penn Wood High School Senior Nieme Brooker plans to make Google his next job. “Growing up, I loved playing video games. Around eighth grade I started to get really interested in how video games were created. How can you tell a computer to make an aircraft go this direction or that direction? That really sparked my curiosity about computer science.” With the help of his College Possible Philadelphia…
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  • It’s a Matter of Degrees: Cocktails and Conversation

    On Monday, January 29, College Possible Philadelphia hosted It’s a Matter of Degrees, a cocktail reception at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia for its donors, board members, school and university partners and friends. The event highlighted College Possible Philadelphia’s work in helping to close the degree divide and assist in workforce development. It also was the opportunity for the organization to thank its supporters and partners and welcome new donors and friends. During Jen Weikert’s opening remarks, she…
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