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HBCU Bridge Scholarship

What is the HBCU Bridge Scholarship? It is a merit-based scholarship for exceptional students from select HBCUs* who have completed their BA or BS degree. Selected students are invited to study at the University of Chicago for one academic year … Continue reading

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Wells Fargo Opportunities for Future Leaders

  Investment Banking / Sales & Trading You’re invited to apply to the Wells Fargo Securities Freshman Finance Forum — an event for top freshman undergraduate students in any major who are interested in exploring a career in business and … Continue reading

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Harvey Mudd College Fall Fast Program

Future Achievers in Science and Technology (FAST) September and November The Future Achievers in Science and Technology (FAST) programs offer high school seniors from populations that are traditionally underrepresented in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) an opportunity … Continue reading

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ACT College Readiness 2012: African Americans

Why focus on demographically identifiable subgroups? One of the challenges in my work with schools, faith-based organizations, and community agencies is to get them to take a holistic view of student achievement within the context of demographically identifiable subgroups. By … Continue reading

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Choosing a College for Students with Learning Challenges

Choosing a College for Students with Learning Challenges College is accessible to students with learning challenges, however, students and parents must carefully research colleges and universities as the level of support widely varies among institutions. In the article, “Stepping Up … Continue reading

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InLikeMe is dedicated to helping high school students (and their parents) define, pursue and realize their college admissions goals. The mission of InLikeMe.com is to help students and parents navigate the road to affordable, high-quality, post-secondary education. To accomplish this, … Continue reading

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Education Quest Foundation

Headquartered in Lincoln, EducationQuest Foundation is a nonprofit organization with a mission to improve access to higher education in Nebraska – and proud sponsor of theKnowHow2GONebraska campaign. We fulfill our mission through free college planning services, outreach services, need-based scholarship programs, and … Continue reading

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Davis United World College Scholars Program

The Davis United World College Scholars Program is the world’s largest, privately funded, international scholarship program—supporting over 2,500 undergraduates from 146 nations. The program was launched in 2000, providing grants to selected American colleges and universities to support United World College graduates … Continue reading

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Ohio College Access Network

Our mission is to increase the number of Ohioans who access and complete a post-secondary credential. We work to accomplish this mission by providing support for practitioners, entities, organizations, and collaborations through training and professional development opportunities, program coordination, and advocacy at both … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania College Access Program

Pennsylvania College Access Program The Pennsylvania College Access Program is a nonprofit statewide educational workforce development outreach program working to provide assistance to individuals completing applications for college, business and technical schools. PA CAP assists individuals who might otherwise never … Continue reading

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