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A Note from Executive Director, Kellie J. Sigh

It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” – Frederick Douglass

The past year has brought enormous challenges for our communities. The pandemic has further exposed deep racial inequities in our communities and brought significant economic and social disruption that is certainly being felt by everyone across the country, especially our scholars. 

At College Possible, we are committed to upholding our message of hope and possibility in the face of these challenges. Our annual Dream Big Dinner is a reminder and celebration of what is possible for our youth when they are provided with equal opportunities. 

As we think about the future, and what is possible for our organization and our scholars, we believe the possibilities are endless. We hope that you will join us at our Dream Big Dinner to hear from our tremendous scholars and supporters from around the community. 

As our keynote speaker, Grady Crosby, puts it, “The reason the word possible is so important is because it really speaks to the future, what can happen. It is a word of hope. I know this organization is going to continue to transform possible into probable into likely.”

We invite you to hear the full keynote address and to learn more about our work by attending our virtual event on Thursday, April 22nd at 7 PM. Reserve your spot at CollegePossible.org/Events/DreamBig.

Step outside of what you think is possible, and dare to dream big” – Carolyn Carson

Join us for our annual Dream Big Dinner on April 22. Registration is free and open to the public. We look forward to “seeing” you there!

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