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  • Meet an AmeriCorps Member – Gladys Mora

      Name: Gladys Mora Position: High School Coach Hometown: Milwaukee, WI College Attended: Alverno College Major: Psychology   What made you want to serve with College Possible? Looking back at my experience as a College Possible student is ultimately why I decided to serve as a coach. During my high school and college years, my College […]

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  • College Possible Minnesota Featured on Twin Cities Live

    Last Friday, College Possible Minnesota AmeriCorps coaches and staff had the opportunity to sit in “Rockstar Row” on KSTP’s Twin Cities Live! We were honored to have hosts Steve Patterson and Elizabeth Ries tell viewers about the work we do alongside students and promote our upcoming Circle of Impact event. Check out the video of […]

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  • AmeriCorps members and College Possible staff attend annual Nebraska AmeriCorps Conference in Lincoln

    Thirty AmeriCorps members serving high school and college students and members of College Possible staff attended the AmeriCorps Members Conference: Be the Greater Good on Wednesday, Oct. 9. The all-day event hosted by ServeNebraska was at the Nebraska Innovation Campus in Lincoln and brought together members from across the state to discuss service. It included […]

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  • A New College Possible Champion in Philadelphia’s Business Community

    Brian Walsh Jr. joins  College Possible Philadelphia’s board as a Philadelphia native, holding a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Cabrini University. After completing his bachelor’s degree, Brian spent two years working as a police officer in Washington D.C. before transitioning into the financial services sector. After earning a master of business administration with a […]

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  • Save the Date for our Dream Big Dinner!

    Save the date for the seventh annual Dream Big Dinner on Thursday, April 30, 2020 at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Union Ballroom. Please join College Possible Milwaukee as we recognize and celebrate our spring college graduates and awardees from the community. This is one of our favorite events of the year, so we […]

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  • Chestnut Hill College: Building Bridges to Opportunity for Philadelphia Students

    Earlier this year, Chestnut Hill College became a Bridge partner by committing to serve College Possible students through exclusive events and targeted coaching that exposes them to the opportunities the college offers. We spoke with Director of Admissions, John Solewin, on how Chestnut Hill College will be supporting students this year. What is Chestnut Hill College […]

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  • Making a Difference: College Possible adds college partners Doane University and Wayne State College

    Two regional academic institutions have recently teamed up with College Possible to help increase students’ college access and success. Doane University, a private college in Crete, Nebraska, and Wayne State College, a public college in Wayne, Nebraska, are partnering with College Possible, joining the likes of Nebraska Wesleyan and University of Nebraska Omaha. A partnership […]

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  • Shopping at Bridge & Burn Supports College Possible Students

    Every quarter, Bridge & Burn selects a new, local nonprofit partner to donate one percent of their sales to. They call it their One Percent For Good program and it aligns with their mission to give back to those who are making a meaningful difference in the world, investing in the community that has given […]

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  • Discovering Her Passion Through Service

    While completing her bachelor’s degree at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Sarah Barry took a class that exposed her to the realities of unequal funding in education. “It got me really worked up and I wanted to do something about it,” shared Sarah. As she considered her next step after graduation, Sarah began researching […]

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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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