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University of Washington Partners With College Advising Corps

University of Washington Partners With College Advising Corps

College Advising Corps (CAC) recently announced its partnership with the University of Washington to help increase the number of low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented high school students enrolling in higher education.…

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GatesNotes Highlights CAC

GatesNotes Highlights CAC

On September 28, 2021, Bill Gates, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, published “These students didn’t see a path to college. This advising program helped them find one.” on his blog,…

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She Says Advising Is “Virtually” Empowering

She Says Advising Is “Virtually” Empowering

Allison Robbins, a first-year virtual adviser, finds great reward in helping her low-income to moderate-income students navigate the complex college application process. Allison Robbins, who grew up in Woodstock, Georgia,…

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College Advising Corps Awarded $4.3 Million

College Advising Corps Awarded $4.3 Million

Symone Andrews, Rhode Island College Advising Corps (CAC) was recently awarded more than $4.3 million from AmeriCorps, the federal agency for volunteering and national service. The funds, a portion of…

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