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Scholar Spotlight: Kyew Doh Say

When Kyew Doh Say applied for the P&H Legacy Scholarship, he thought his chances of being selected were low because he was competing with so many other students. Months later, he was shocked to receive an email informing him that…

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Coaches Help Scholars Avoid Summer Melt

Summer melt occurs when students apply to and get accepted into college, but don’t end up enrolling. Although students may aspire to attend college, sometimes they can run into obstacles. These include changing financial circumstances, logistical problems or even nerves.…

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Scholar Spotlight: Nate

This spring, Nate Harris was filled with pride as he graduated from University of Wisconsin - Parkside (UW - Parkside) with his bachelor's degree. He had accomplished something that nobody else in his family had. Yet, going to college had…

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Scholar Spotlight: Nur

For the first 14 years of her life, Nur lived in Malaysia with her family as refugees. Their refugee status made it difficult for her to attend school. Her mother had tried enrolling her in elementary school, but she couldn’t…

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Scholar Spotlight: Kou and Nhia

This story was written by Mattie Branson-Meyer, an AmeriCorps member with College Possible Milwaukee. This June, Kou and Nhia are graduating from Hmong American Peace Academy in Milwaukee. As extremely active College Possible students, their hard work and dedication to…

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Milwaukee Welcomes New Board Members

College Possible Milwaukee welcomes two new board members, Dr. Cheryl Moore and Katina Shaw. Dr. Cheryl Moore is the Executive Director of the Career Studio at Alverno College where she leads efforts to prepare students for competitive and innovative futures.…

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