College For Every Student is a global leader helping K-12 students from low-income rural and urban communities become college and career ready.
College For Every Student is a global leader helping K-12 students from low-income rural and urban communities become college and career ready.MORE
Check out our new web-based tool for exploring career pathways and building essential skills for your future: Brilliant Career Lab!
CFES Scholars outside Boston should register to use the site by selecting the "CFES School" option.Read More
Check out the most recent edition of Advance, our monthly CFES Scholar newsletter, for tools to help you succeed on your pathway to college & career.
Education Talk Radio
Listen to the recent Education Talk Radio Interview focusing on how CFES is working to help low-income students get to college and to the 21st-century workplace. Host Larry Jacobs talks to CFES CEO and President Rick Dalton and to CFES Program Director Leroy Nesbitt. Addressing the importance of reaching more low-income students, Dalton said, “When we waste talent, we all pay the price.”Read More
In the op-ed Creating a Major League Education for All recently published in the Topeka Capital-Journal, CFES President and CEO Rick Dalton teams up with his son Erick Dalton, director of advance scouting for the Washington Nationals, to discuss how to address the widening gap between low-income and high-income students. Father and son agree: “While most of us can’t hit a 95-mph fastball, we can help youth develop grit, resiliency and other qualities that great athletes possess and that can be fostered in every student.”Read More
PSJA Leadership Summit
The Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Leadership Summit will take place on April 25th at Austin Middle School, San Juan TX.Read More
A new review published in Education Review by Andy Ng of Google takes an in-depth look at “College For Every Student: A Practitioner’s Guide to Building College and Career Readiness” and why educators, parents and community members will find valuable insights for assisting students to move along the college and career pathway.
On April 25th at 1:00 pm Eastern, we'll be live-streaming a conversation about STEM pathways with Michele Snyder & Kris Renadette of Clinton Community College. Join in on YouTube with your questions!Read More
Apply for 2017-18 CFES Fellowship Positions
Learn more about this opportunity for recent outstanding college graduates to work at CFES for one year. Now accepting applications for fellows to start in June 2017.
Save the Date
The 2017 National Conference, Shared Vision: Building College & Career Readiness for Urban & Rural Youth will take place on October 27-28 at the Sheraton Burlington, Vermont. Read a recap of the 2016 National Conference below.Read More