Seattle’s next generation of leaders begins by opening new doors
About College Possible Washington
At College Possible Washington (previously known as College Access Now or CAN), we’re working to close the college degree divide. Since 2006, our college access and success programs have helped empower more than 4,7301 students within Seattle and South King County on their path to earning a college degree. Our pioneering model matches eligible students with near-peer coaches and a proven curriculum designed to help them overcome the most common barriers to getting into college and completing their degree — all at no cost to students or their families.
In 2019, CAN joined the College Possible team as the seventh site. Through our partnerships with area school districts, we are advancing college equity for the greater Seattle community. Our aim is to help create a more educated and diverse workforce by offering young people real opportunities to break the cycle of poverty.
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Contact us or get involved
College Possible Washington
3211 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S., Suite A
Seattle, WA 98144
PARTNER WITH US
To explore how a College Possible Washington partnership can empower your students, contact our program team today at WAinfo@CollegePossible.org to schedule an informational meeting.
MAKE A DONATION
Your financial support helps us continue to expand our coaching and support throughout Washington at no cost to enrolled students or their families. To make a donation, or to explore a broader funding partnership, visit CollegePossible.org/DonateWA.
AMERICORPS: SERVE WITH US
If you know a current college student or recent grad interested in making a meaningful difference in the lives of youth, encourage them to explore a life-changing year of service as a College Possible Washington AmeriCorps coach at CollegePossible.org/Serve.
STUDENTS: GET COLLEGE COACHING
If you know an eligible student who dreams of attending college and would like free support to find their best-fit colleges, build strong college applications, finance their education, and persist through graduation, refer them to CollegePossible.org/Apply.