College Possible Washington, previously known as College Access Now (CAN), was founded in 2006 with a commitment to providing personalized and practical college-going support for motivated, low-income students in Seattle and South King County. In 2019, CAN joined the College Possible team as our seventh site.

College Possible Washington serves more than 2,000 high school and college students, including more than 650 high school students at 11 high schools in four school districts, and 1,600 college students in Washington State and throughout the country.

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College Possible Washington
3211 Martin Luther King Jr. Way South, Suite A
Seattle, WA 98144

Phone: 206-400-6886

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  • College Possible Washington Welcomes Two New Program Managers to the Team

    We are thrilled to welcome back two AmeriCorps alumni who will now be working on our leadership team as program managers. Please join us in welcoming Rachel and Valeria to the Washington team. Meet Rachel Stone Alma mater: Lewis & Clark College What brings you back to College Possible? I came back to College Possible […]

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  • A Note from Washington’s Executive Director

    It’s hard to believe that a year ago I shared the exciting news that College Access Now (CAN) had merged with College Possible, a leading national college success organization. CAN made the decision to merge for two reasons, to increase the number of students we serve and do so better and more efficiently. Flash-forward — […]

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  • Summer Support for Immigrant and Refugee Students

    The best place to look for hope right now is from our students. In July, our team in Washington spent three days offering a Summer Bridge College Workshop in partnership with the Sheng Yen Lu Foundation. We covered financial aid, academics, social wellness, finding community virtually, staying motivated during the pandemic, hearing from current college […]

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  • Student Spotlight: Yasin

    Name: Yasin Chowdhury High School: Franklin High School Graduation Year: 2020 Yasin Chowdhury dreams of becoming an astrophysicist. A recent high school graduate from Franklin High School, Yasin has been dreaming of enrolling in the  astronomy program at the University of Washington. He was raised in Bangladesh, a country south of India, where he was […]

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