Serves high school and college students throughout the state of Minnesota
College Possible is making college admission and success possible for low-income students through an intensive curriculum of coaching and support. Launched in 2000, College Possible Twin Cities serves 8,600 low-income high school and college students through its college access and completion programs. Nationwide, College Possible’s innovative and award-winning model serves students in Minnesota, Chicago, Philadelphia, Portland, Omaha and Milwaukee.
Essential qualifications to serve with College Possible:
College degree required. Strong interest in education, youth work, social services, or related fields. Comfort working with individuals from a variety of backgrounds. Demonstrated commitment to public service and social justice. Excellent leadership and communication skills, outstanding organization and time management. Able to multi-task and handle potentially stressful situations with maturity. Capable of working independently and with others. Energy and creativity in working with young people.
Top reasons that members like serving in College Possible:
- Opportunity to change lives in just one year of service
- Take on immediate responsibility for College Possible’s outcomes
- Fast track their career and gain valuable professional experience preparing them for future jobs and prestigious graduate school programs
- Be part of a diverse, talented, and idealistic team
- Have fun