Providing Students Access to Supports for Achievement
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Providing Students Access to Supports for Achievement

At-risk youth, especially minority youth, are often faced with a very different set of out-of-school circumstances than their more privileged counterparts, such as poverty and lack of access to healthcare, which often negatively impact their in-school experiences. Oftentimes a response to these circumstances is more positive in-school and after-school experiences to address the challenges that … Continue reading

The Significance of Mentoring for College Success
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The Significance of Mentoring for College Success

Students who are the first in their family to go to college are less likely to graduate within six years than their continuing-generation peers, but there are ways to combat this stunning statistic, and Project Inspire’s programming is an effort to do just that. The decreased likelihood of first-generation college students graduating within six years … Continue reading

The necessity of organizations like Project Inspire to first-generation college students
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The necessity of organizations like Project Inspire to first-generation college students

High school. For some, it’s a time full of hope, wonder, and new possibilities. And for others, it’s a clear reminder that they are getting to a critical point in their lives that they have no idea how to navigate. As a result, some of our brightest students lose interest in academics, feeling like their … Continue reading