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Stories

Our students are more than just their stories. Their success is the reason we exist.

  • Meet Mackemeh

    Mackemeh has no shortage of plans for her future, and has the determination, dedication and passion to match. Currently a sophomore at St. Catherine’s University studying nursing, she has a lot on her plate during the next semester. Nursing classes will begin, and that means clinicals, community simulations, and working and observing in healthcare settings. […]

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  • Meet Kailey

    “The thought of college made me a little nervous and uneasy. It was kind of scary not having my future planned out,” recalls Kailey Tarkett, a recent graduate of Ralston High School and a freshman at College of Saint Mary. Like many students, Kailey heard about College Possible from her school counselor. She did a […]

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  • Portland Celebrates Its First College Graduate

    Since College Possible Portland was founded in 2012, we have been eagerly awaiting our first college graduate. Anyone who nurtures and supports the dreams of young people can relate to the hard work and dedication our coaches put into advising students, the persistence of our leadership team in identifying scholarship opportunities and the anticipation across […]

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  • Meet Ana

    “I learned that no matter where in the world you are, there are people like you.”

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  • Meet Niyo

    “With College Possible, your focus is on getting things done, with no excuses.”

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  • Meet Amy

    “As long as you keep studying, going to school – no matter how hard it is, life will get easier.”

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  • Meet Jessie

    “My college experience taught me that even when times get tough, there are always great people behind me.”

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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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