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  • Reaching for the stars

    A dedicated teacher first sparked Edem’s interest in science. He joined the 3M Science Training Encouragement Program (STEP) in high school and knew he wanted a career in technology. In college he transitioned to a Technical Aide position at 3M. Edem’s supervisors helped him develop critical job skills.

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  • 40 Under Forty: Sara Dziuk

    College Possible Twin Cities Executive Director Sara Dziuk was named a Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal 2013 40 Under Forty honoree! This award recognizes 40 individuals under the age of 40 who have demonstrated exceptional business savvy, leadership and community involvement.

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  • College Possible Twin Cities has moved!

    Since moving into our Syndicate Avenue office in 2004, College Possible has grown from serving 500 students in the Twin Cities to serving nearly 15,000 students across the country. Now we have moved to a new space that will accommodate the growth that you have made possible!

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  • College Possible becomes Generation Next founding partner

    College Possible has been recognized for its innovation and unmatched results! After a rigorous selection process, College Possible is one of just six organizations that will partner with Generation Next to close the educational achievement gap in Minnesota. This partnership comes with a grant renewable for up to five years to grow College Possible to additional Twin Cities high schools!

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  • Minnesotans Show the Lasting Impact of Service

    Every year in Minnesota, more than 2,000 individuals dedicate an entire year of service to AmeriCorps, which has operated in this country since 1994. Minnesota’s AmeriCorps members leverage $27 million in private donations and recruit 70,500 volunteers through more than 2.3 million hours of service. Read how College Possible celebrates AmeriCorps week!

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  • College Possible Delivers: ‘Gold Standard’ Harvard Evaluation Findings Released

    Findings from a rigorous Harvard evaluation show that College Possible’s approach to unlocking the academic potential of low-income students is effective, as students served are significantly more likely to enroll in a four year college. “The program is not only doing a good job—it’s doing a great job,” said Harvard professor Chris Avery, who conducted […]

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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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