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  • CP Chicago’s Inaugural Class Graduates High School

    This month, our inaugural class in Chicago completed the high school phase of the College Possible program and graduated from Marine Leadership Academy and Bowen, Kelly and Lake View high schools. Their College Possible coaches, both current and former, were at their commencement ceremonies, some flying to Chicago from as far as California and South […]

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  • Student Dreams to Make Life’s Work Revolve Around Service

    Join our email list to stay updated on College Possible and our incredible students. Stephanie just graduated from Upper Darby High School and plans to study nursing in college. She received scholarship offers from every school she was accepted to and will be attending Drexel University in the fall. Where her academics are exceptional—to say […]

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  • Seizing the opportunity to study abroad

    Most freshman in college spend their year settling in to campus life. In her first year at Portland State University, Nelyn has challenged herself to do just the opposite. This February, she left the comforts of campus to complete a semester abroad in India. Nelyn found out about the opportunity to travel with Carpe Mundi—a […]

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  • High school students ‘Launch’ into the next level

    After a year of hard work on college essays and admissions, completing the FAFSA, scholarship applications and enrollment procedures, seniors are ready to make the transition from high school to college student. On Saturday, May 13, College Possible Milwaukee hosted “Launch!” – a celebration of the accomplishments nearly 800 high school students. Ilias Hassan, a […]

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  • College Possible wins AmeriCorps Program of the Year award from Governor

    College Possible Milwaukee was named “AmeriCorps Program of the Year” at the Governor’s Service Recognition event on Thursday, June 8. The event honored outstanding national service participants and programs that have helped address serious social problems to meet their community’s needs. College Possible helps low-income Milwaukee students earn college degrees. Last year in Milwaukee, College […]

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  • Ripples of impact

    This year, College Possible Portland’s 29 AmeriCorps members dedicated over 43,000 hours of service to our organization and students. We’re so thankful for their hard work and insight. Through their stories, we’re continually reminded of the importance of student support. High School Senior Coach Kate’s sentiments in her Great Story highlight the impact of our […]

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  • “It was a really big deal!”

    Quinn knew that to become an engineer, he’d need to go to college. He just wasn’t sure how to get there. With some encouragement from his parents and guidance counselor, Quinn joined College Possible’s Tech-Connected High School pilot program. “I enjoy school, and with what I want to do in engineering, I knew I had […]

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  • New Podcast: The Cost of College

    New research from the National Student Campaign against Hunger and Homelessness found that 22 percent of college students experience food insecurity, and among them, one in six also face housing insecurity. Listen to this discussion about the nuanced financial barriers to higher education. Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab is a professor of higher education policy and sociology […]

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  • Meet Destiny

    “My College Possible coaches haven’t just helped me increase my ACT score and apply to colleges; they’ve made me feel confident in myself.”

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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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