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Author(s):Ball State University Guardian Scholars Progam
Title:An overview of post-secondary support programs for former foster youth
Source:http://www.inpathways.net/gs_supportguide.pdf
Date:2007
Organization:Ball State University Guardian Scholars Program
Short Description:This publication disseminates information related to postsecondary supports for former foster youth, based on interviews with support program staff.
Annotation:This publication disseminates information related to postsecondary supports for former foster youth, based on interviews with support program staff. An overview of the Ball State Guardian Scholars Program, as well as information on other programs, recommendations for program components, and pitfalls to avoid are included.
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Associated Keywords:
College Access
Counseling
Documents
Engagement
Foster Youth
Indiana College Access Organizations
Low-Income Students
Non-traditional Students
Persistence/Retention
Student Success
Transition to College

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