• “It’s like a weight has been lifted from my shoulders.”

    When Fardosa thinks about College Possible, the first word that comes to mind is “fun.” Spending time with friends, getting to know her coach Jenna and enjoying snacks during session are highlights from her College Possible experience at Ubah Medical Academy. Beyond the community she developed, Fardosa recognizes how much College Possible did to prepare […]

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  • A Year of Memories: Our AmeriCorps Members’ Final Day of Service

    Today marked the official end for many of our AmeriCorps members’ terms of service at College Possible Chicago. These 18 idealistic leaders chose to devote a year of their lives toward improving educational inequities in Chicago, helping to make sure that our students, regardless of income, get on a path toward obtaining a college degree. […]

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  • Introducing our Enrollment Coaches!

    With the school year over, our coaches have finished their year and they’re either moving on to their next endeavor or taking a little vacation before coming back to serve with College Possible. That being said, College Possible never stops serving our students. With the transition to a new school year on its way, some […]

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  • Summer Bridge and Chill

    One of the biggest issues we face with our students is the transition from the summer to when school starts back up in the fall. They’ve had a couple of months of vacation and it is undoubtedly an adjustment getting academically focused again. We see it with our high school students, but as seniors are […]

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  • College Possible Philadelphia Impact with Isabelle

        Isabelle recently graduated from George Washington High School and will be attending Howard University in the fall! Watch her talk about how College Possible helped motivate her to believe beyond her own expectations and see her dreams come true. Isabelle is an amazing student and we are so excited for her! With your […]

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  • College Possible Named Top Workplace by Star Tribune

    The Star Tribune has recognized College Possible’s Minnesota and National offices as a Top Workplace! Top Workplaces recognizes the most progressive companies based on employee opinions measuring engagement, organizational health and satisfaction. Over 2,000 Minnesota public, private and nonprofit organizations were invited to take part in the survey process and around 250 met the national […]

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  • College Possible Chicago’s Inaugural Class Graduates High School

    This month, our inaugural class in Chicago completed the high school phase of the College Possible program and graduated from Marine Leadership Academy and Bowen, Kelly and Lake View high schools. Their College Possible coaches, both current and former, were at their commencement ceremonies, some flying to Chicago from as far as California and South […]

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  • Student Dreams to Make Life’s Work Revolve Around Service

    Join our email list to stay updated on College Possible and our incredible students. Stephanie just graduated from Upper Darby High School and plans to study nursing in college. She received scholarship offers from every school she was accepted to and will be attending Drexel University in the fall. Where her academics are exceptional—to say […]

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  • Seizing the opportunity to study abroad

    Most freshman in college spend their year settling in to campus life. In her first year at Portland State University, Nelyn has challenged herself to do just the opposite. This February, she left the comforts of campus to complete a semester abroad in India. Nelyn found out about the opportunity to travel with Carpe Mundi—a […]

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  • Meet Destiny

    “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.”

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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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