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Catalyze Webinar #4

DATE AND TIME

Monday, May 17, 2021
2:00 p.m. CST

FREE WEBINAR

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ABOUT

Through work with the College Possible Catalyze program and the NCAN Advocacy Fellowship, we are elevating our students’ voices in policy discussions and community conversations around college persistence.

This webinar will start at the micro-level focusing on our two student fellows; honing in on their journeys, the mechanisms that helped them persist, and the hidden barriers that continue to challenge their (and other students’) persistence. We will then engage with one of our Catalyze coaches zooming out to focus more holistically on the hidden barriers they have seen students overcome. Closing with a macro-level view of the landscape impacting our student’s persistence and a call to action. We hope that as nonprofits and institutions respond to their student’s needs, given an exceptionally turbulent time, they consider actions that address deeper inequities faced by historically marginalized students both on campus and in the larger system.

At the end of the session, an open question and answers portion will allow the community to engage directly with our students, coach, and key expert.

Panelists:

  • Edgar Montoya, Senior at University of Nebraska-Lincoln; 2020-21 Student Advocacy Fellow; College Possible Omaha Student
  • Jewel Fletcher, Freshman at Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology; 2020-21 Student Advocacy Fellow; College Possible Catalyze Student
  • Norma Zheng, Catalyze Coach at Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology
  • Ashley C. Rondini, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology at Franklin & Marshall College

Click here to request recordings of our previous webinars.

ABOUT US

As one of the largest and most successful college access and success programs in the country, since 2000 College Possible has helped put more than 59,000 students from disinvested communities on the path to economic mobility via completion of a college degree. Its proven near-peer coaching model, delivered by recent college graduates serving as AmeriCorps members, provides high-touch interventions proven to help students navigate and overcome the most common barriers to college access, retention and degree completion. Nationwide, College Possible students are three times more likely to earn a bachelor’s degree within six years than their peers from similar backgrounds.

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