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College Track Receives $50,000 in Grants and Scholarships from the Economic Club of Washington, D.C.

The Economic Club of Washington, D.C. announces it will be awarding ten community-serving organizations $50,000 each in grants to their annual operating budgets this year at its upcoming 32nd Year Milestone Celebration dinner. College Track is thrilled to be a recipient of this grant, money that will help provide resources and support to our first cohort of students at The Durant Center in Prince George's County, MD. 

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What’s Working: College Track on ABC Sacramento

ABC10 covers the partnerships in the Oak Park community of Sacramento that are helping change the life outcomes of first-generation students. The segment interviews CEO of St. HOPE Public Schools, Site Director Thomas Munoz, and three rising college freshmen from College Track Sacramento.

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The Hechinger Report publishes inspiring student op-ed

College Track New Orleans student Yara Al Mazouni writes an opinion piece for The Hechinger Report’s “STUDENT VOICE” column about her experience fleeing Syria as a young girl and finding a community at College Track who shares her belief in education as a fundamental human right.

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Oakland Magazine describes College Track’s impact on the college completion gap

Oakland Magazine addresses the the gap in college completion and how students like College Track Oakland almna Safia Fasah leveraged her College Track experience to graduate from Columbia University and go on to earn her law degree.

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CBS Sacramento visits seniors at College Track

CBS13 spotlights the impact of College Track Sacramento as they celebrate their first class of seniors heading to college in Fall 2018. Alicia Reed talks about what it means to be heading to UC Berkeley on a full-ride scholarship.

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