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Author(s):CollegeSummit.org
Title:CollegeSummit.org
Source:http://www.collegesummit.org/
Date:2006
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Short Description:College Summit works with all of the community players who benefit from increased college enrollment including students, high schools, colleges, communities, and employers to increase college enrollment among low-income students.
Annotation:College Summit works with all of the community players who benefit from increased college enrollment including students, high schools, colleges, communities, and employers to increase college enrollment among low-income students. The College Summit workshop, an intensive, four-day experience brings these players together with the common goal of ensuring that low-income students represent themselves well in the college admissions process. Additionally, College Summit works to strengthen high school guidance and college admissions counseling to better meet the needs of low-income students.
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Admissions
College Access
Counseling
High School
Low-Income Students
Transition to College
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