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CFES Kick Off Events in NYC
CFES Scholars in schools across New York City commit to college success!
LEATHERSTOCKING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MEETING
The CFES Leatherstocking Professional Development Meeting will take place January 6, 2015 at the Otesaga Resort, Cooperstown New York.Read More
ONE MILLION MORE IS NOT JUST A DREAM
In his opening remarks at the 2014 CFES National Conference, November 7th – 8th in Burlington, VT, Rick Dalton, President and CEO of College For Every Student, shared his vision of why the One Million More initiative is so important and how we are going to achieve our goal to help one million low-income students attain degrees.Read More
25,000 PARTICIPATE IN IRELAND'S CFES-INSPIRED COLLEGE AWARENESS WEEK
Guest blog by Kathleen O’Toole-Brennan
"My parents’ formal education was short-lived; they finished primary school at ages 12 and 13, hardly able to read and write. One door closed, and another opened, as they emigrated from Ireland to Massachusetts, building a successful life for themselves and their children. . . "
Pictured: Keynote Speaker David Brooks with CFES Alumna Jhaneil Jump
EDUCATION WEEK PROFILES CFES NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Helping one million more low income students realize their dreams and attain college degrees is the goal of the One Million More campaign, announced recently by College For Every Student (CFES) CEO & President Rick Dalton at the organization's 18th annual national conference.
Read the full article on Education Week . . .
LOCAL ACTION ON COLLEGE OPPORTUNITY DAY
On Thursday, December 4th, while college presidents and other education leaders gathered in Washington, D.C. to discuss strategies for increasing the college-going and completion rates for the nation’s underserved population, Adirondack educators were enacting those very recommendations in Essex, NY at a College Connect workshop.Read More