Virtual Advisers


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Through College Advising Corps’ participation in CollegePoint, an America Achieves and Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative, eAdvisers provide remote support to high-achieving low- and moderate-income students. The students, identified and initially contacted by the College Board, have been offered the opportunity to sign up for college advising support through College Advising Corps. Students who choose to participate receive support from a Virtual Adviser who uses video chat, email, telephone, and text messages to help students prepare for college. The initiative is made possible thanks to the support of the College Board and a gift from Bloomberg Philanthropies.

To see if you are eligible to receive free, one-on-one virtual college advising from one of our Virtual Advisers, please visit www.collegepoint.info.

Meet our Virtual Advisers below!

Reem Ahmed, CollegePoint

Reem Ahmed, CollegePoint

Lamisha Alston

Lamisha Alston

Judith Corral Araujo

Judith Corral Araujo

Rasha Cheek

Rasha Cheek

Sarah Chomette, CollegePoint

Sarah Chomette, CollegePoint

Nathan Cody, CollegePoint

Nathan Cody, CollegePoint

Jacqueline Hada, CollegePoint

Jacqueline Hada, CollegePoint

Nelson Nia, CollegePoint

Nelson Nia, CollegePoint

Lina Palancares

Lina Palancares

Paige Patton

Paige Patton

Elauna Pettigrew, CollegePoint

Elauna Pettigrew, CollegePoint

Allison Robbins, CollegePoint

Allison Robbins, CollegePoint

Quiara Shade, CollegePoint

Quiara Shade, CollegePoint

Danae Soler, CollegePoint

Danae Soler, CollegePoint

Esha Shah

Esha Shah

Destiny Talley, CollegePoint

Destiny Talley, CollegePoint

Kiya Walker, CollegePoint

Kiya Walker, CollegePoint

Abbie Westphalen

Abbie Westphalen

Hannah Williams,        CollegePoint

Hannah Williams, CollegePoint

Virtual Advisers

Virtual Advisers

Virtual Advisers