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  • Omaha Gives!

    And they’re off! College Possible Omaha is proud to be participating in Omaha Gives! – a 24 hour charitable challenge organized by the Omaha Community Foundation. The online giving holiday will take place May 21st from midnight to midnight. Mark your calendars because we will need your help!

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  • Dream Big Dinner Supports College Possible Students

    On April 24, College Possible Milwaukee celebrated its first college graduates from the Milwaukee program with its first annual Dream Big Dinner. The dinner raised over $18,000. These proceeds will support College Possible Milwaukee programming to serve low-income Milwaukee high school and college students.

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  • Possibilities Challenge

    Registration is OPEN! College Possible Omaha helps students overcome many obstacles to achieve their college dreams and now wants to put the public to the test at the Possibilities Challenge! Click here for 2015 information!

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  • Launch! 2014 College Possible Omaha’s End-of-Year Celebration

    This isn’t your average commencement ceremony.  On April 26th, come ready to experience the sheer joy of students who have overcome great odds to make their dreams of college admission come true! There will be celebratory speakers, presentations, prizes for students and an atmosphere unique to College Possible Omaha complete with cheers and camaraderie. Date: […]

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  • Wyneshia Foxworth to lead College Possible Philadelphia as Executive Director

    Wyneshia Foxworth has joined College Possible Philadelphia as founding executive director. Wyneshia will drive the organization’s efforts to serve nearly 1,400 Philadelphia students by 2016, and lead College Possible’s newest site as it launches student recruitment in George Washington, Parkway Center City and Upper Darby high schools this month. The organization will begin serving high […]

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  • First Person: What Does It Mean To Be First?

    What does it mean to be the first in your family to experience college? Hear from College Possible’s first-generation students, their coaches and graduates. Were you first? Share your story. Huy College Student “I feel a strong sense of responsibility, being the first in my family to go to college.” Lacresia College Graduate “I’ve accomplished something and now I […]

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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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