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  • College Possible Philadelphia Awarded AT&T Aspire Grant

    College Possible Philadelphia has been granted $200,000 from the AT&T Aspire Foundation. In honor of this incredible gift from AT&T, College Possible Philadelphia will be hosting a press conference on Wednesday, November 19th at Parkway Center City High School. The event will feature College Possible student and coach speakers, local council members and community leaders, as well as a check presenting ceremony presented by AT&T’s Mid-Atlantic President Mike Schweder.

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  • College Possible Philadelphia takes first practice SAT

    College Possible’s first ever practice SAT was completed on October 25th at Upper Darby High School. College Possible students from across Philadelphia were awake in the early hours of the morning to participate in a College Possible rite-of-passage, the first of four practice SATs during junior year.

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  • College Possible Milwaukee Collects 3,400 Pounds of Food for Make a Difference Day

    MILWAUKEE, WI – On Saturday, October 25, College Possible Milwaukee participated in Make a Difference Day, the nation’s largest day of service, by trick-or-treating for non-perishable food items to benefit the Hunger Task Force. Nearly 250 College Possible Milwaukee students, staff and AmeriCorps members traveled door-to-door in Milwaukee neighborhoods to collect non-perishable food items for […]

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  • College Possible Wins Portland Monthly’s Best New Nonprofit

    Portland Monthly Magazine honored College Possible with a Light a Fire Award for Best New Nonprofit at a special awards ceremony on Tuesday evening at the Portland Art Museum. These awards celebrate organizations and individuals working to make Portland more prosperous, beautiful, healthful and sustainable for all of its citizens. College Possible is among several […]

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  • Students Embrace College Possible Philadelphia

    Currently, only 12% of Philadelphia public-high school students graduate from college within six years of starting. College Possible Philadelphia has launched to make college happen for 160 high school juniors in its first year of programming.

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  • Knocking Out Hunger

    On Saturday, October 25 College Possible students, staff and AmeriCorps members will go door-to-door knocking out hunger on National Make a Difference Day! Service is one way College Possible students give back and express their gratitude for the generous community support that is helping them succeed. The entire day is full of excitement, as the large […]

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  • College Possible ranked as top nonprofit to work for in Oregon

    We are overjoyed to announce that College Possible Portland was listed on Oregon Business Magazine’s 100 Best Nonprofits to work for in Oregon 2014. For the small organizations category, College Possible was ranked 16th! College Possible jumped the charts as it was unranked last year. Rising to 16th from unlisted is an honor that comes with […]

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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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