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  • Introducing College Possible Washington

    We are pleased to announce the addition of our seventh site, College Possible Washington! This marks the first occasion College Possible has united with another organization, College Access Now (CAN), to make college access and success possible for students from low-income backgrounds in the state of Washington. Founded in 2006, CAN is also a member […]

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  • Using Instagram to Reach Students

    College Possible’s Navigate program serves students across Minnesota using a tech-connected coaching model that utilizes phone, email, text and social media outreach. This year, three coaches based in College Possible Minnesota’s office in St. Paul engaged over 300 students around the state in the college access process. “Coaches send out newsletters to students and communicate […]

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  • Run/Walk for College Possible students!

    Schlitz Park is hosting the Eighth Annual Milwaukee River Challenge with a scenic 5K run and two mile walk along the Milwaukee Riverwalk. The outdoor event will take place on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 6:15 p.m. All proceeds from the race will benefit College Possible and our mission of getting Milwaukee students to and […]

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  • College Possible Announces Its First President

    We are pleased to announce the appointment of College Possible’s first president, Craig Robinson, a nonprofit executive with more than twenty years of experience in education leadership and practice. “College Possible is building on 20 years of experience, expanding into new communities, and partnering with institutions in ways that enable us to extend our reach […]

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  • CollegePoint Announces New Three Year Commitment

    We are pleased to announce that Bloomberg Philanthropies has signed a new three-year commitment to support and fund College Possible’s CollegePoint program! Currently wrapping up its fifth year, CollegePoint provides virtual advising that helps high-achieving students from low-income backgrounds apply and enroll in top-performing colleges. CollegePoint was launched in 2014 by Bloomberg Philanthropies and America […]

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  • Planning for the Future – NRG Student Profile: Kheyana Murray

    Throughout the 2018-19 academic year, College Possible Philadelphia is profiling four students thanks to a grant awarded by NRG Gives, a charitable-giving program sponsored by the NRG Retail Charitable Foundation. The grant awarded by NRG Gives will support more students in the greater Philadelphia area get to and persist through to college graduation. Preparing for her […]

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  • “I am Hmong, just like them.”

    College Possible senior speaks in support of diverse teachers. Sherry Xiong, a Washington Technology Magnet High School senior, didn’t think testifying at the Minnesota State Capitol about the importance of hiring and retaining diverse teachers was a big deal, but we do. At a hearing in March on House File 824, a proposal that would […]

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  • College Possible Philadelphia Launch! 2019

    On June 15, College Possible Philadelphia hosted Launch! 2019, an annual end-of-year student celebration for high school juniors and seniors at the Howard Gittis Student Center on Temple University’s campus. Launch! 2019 kicked off with a program featuring remarks from College Possible high school coaches, swag give-a-ways donated from colleges and universities across the country, […]

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  • Meet Jessica

    “Making it through college, a step that people think is impossible for students with backgrounds like mine, is the most amazing thing.”

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  • Meet Huy

    “If I could describe my experience as a college student in one word—it would be ‘amazing!'”

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