Preparing Chicago students for a future of growth, opportunity and equity since 2015.

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A richer, stronger, Chicago begins with more college graduates. By pairing low-income students with recent college graduates, the College Possible model will amplify existing efforts to support low-income students.

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This program is funded in part by the Corporation for National & Community Service and ServeIllinois.

  • A Doctor in the Making

    Sumayya, a College Possible senior from Mather High School, was born in Warangal, India, and lived there until she was 10. She always had a passion for learning, and received high marks in school. There, she developed a love for science, which grew into a dream of one day becoming a doctor. “I remember my […]

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  • The Caerus Scholarship

    College Possible Chicago is thrilled to be the recipient of the Caerus Foundation’s Promise Scholar Program grant. Through this grant, seven College Possible Promise Scholars are provided with scholarships that are critical in closing their financial gaps. Additionally, this grant enables Promise Scholars to attend more selective institutions than originally planned, that provide academic rigor […]

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  • College Possible Chicago’s Inaugural Results by Degrees Benefit

    In May, College Possible Chicago held its inaugural Results by Degrees benefit at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art. Over 300 supporters from Chicago’s business and philanthropic communities attended. The event kicked off with a cocktail reception, during which attendees had an opportunity to mingle and network with many of College Possible’s high school seniors and […]

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  • Purpose Driven Path

    Anwen Parrot had always been resistant to the idea of becoming a lawyer. Despite a lifetime of prodding by friends and family who cited her love of reading, writing and knack of philosophical arguments as proof that should would be a natural, it never sounded like an appealing profession. That was until she became a […]

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