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  • “Gates” Opens Doors

    Two College Possible Milwaukee students from Hmong American Peace Academy are winners of the Gates Millennium Scholarship.

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  • Meet our 2015 College Graduates!

    We’re celebrating the nearly 250 College Possible students that are receiving post-secondary degrees this year! Learn more about a small sampling of our graduates’ future plans!

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  • College Possible Omaha Year-End Results

    The students in College Possible Omaha have achieved remarkable results this year! The high school and college-aged students we serve have worked tirelessly to make their college dreams a reality.

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  • Omaha Community Partner of the Month: Summer Scholars!

    We are honored to recognize the Summer Scholars program through the University of Nebraska at Omaha as our Community Partner of the Month! The Summer Scholars program provides a six-week academic experience for diverse, incoming high school seniors.

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  • Milwaukee Board Chair Wins Governor’s Award for Service

    College Possible Milwaukee Board Chair, Susan Mikulay, has been selected to receive a 2015 Governor’s Award for Service at a Madison ceremony on June 4, 2015. Mikulay will receive the Marty Stein Friend of National Service Exemplary Supporter Award presented by Serve Wisconsin.

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  • Harvard at the finish line

    Josh is the first College Possible student to earn admission to Harvard University.
    “Before College Possible, I didn’t have much figured out. I just figured I’d go to community college,” he said. Josh graduated on June 11th from David Douglas High School.
    Josh’s story and the challenges he and other low-income students face was illustrated in Willamette Week.

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  • Meet Jessica

    “Making it through college, a step that people think is impossible for students with backgrounds like mine, is the most amazing thing.”

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  • Meet Huy

    “If I could describe my experience as a college student in one word—it would be ‘amazing!'”

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