Join us for a lively and fun evening that will empower Minnesota’s future leaders — College Possible college students and graduates! You will have an opportunity to connect with a talented and diverse group of college students and recent alumni, meet other Twin Cities professionals and support College Possible’s mission with a gift.
We hope you can join us for this evening of inspiring stories and great conversations!
Thursday, October 11, 2018
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
514 North 3rd Street Ste 101
Minneapolis, MN 55401
With the support of facilitators, guests will help students and recent graduates practice their networking skills and build connections by engaging in conversations about careers and professional development. Attendees will enjoy food, drinks and conversation while learning about College Possible. There will also be a chance to deepen your impact with a gift that evening. Learn more by visiting our event FAQs page.
Single Ticket: $35
Pair of Tickets: $50
Young Professional Ticket (guests under 30): $25
You may purchase tickets online or by calling 612-252-4374.
Thank you to our generous sponsors!
All proceeds from the evening will support College Possible’s program, helping students from low-income backgrounds become college graduates.
College Possible is a nonprofit organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty by empowering students from low-income backgrounds to become college graduates. Through an intensive curriculum of coaching and support, students receive the tools and resources they need to earn admission to college and graduate. Since its founding in Saint Paul in 2000, 99% of College Possible students have been admitted to college. Overall, they are four times more likely to earn a college degree than their low-income peers.
Questions? Contact Amy Browender at EventsMN@collegepossible.org or 612-252-4374
Read their story
“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.”
Read their story
“Making it through college, a step that people think is impossible for students with backgrounds like mine, is the most amazing thing.”