The College Pathways Program helps high school students reach their goal.
The College Pathways Program, (CPP), is designed to reach, teach and guide high school students into a smooth transition for post-secondary education to attain their baccalaureate degree. CPP is an initiative organized by Governors State University to help create a pipeline for high school students to transition to college or university.
CPP works collaboratively with high schools and not-for-profits to help promote academic preparation, personal educational planning and enhancing student leadership skills for college success.
Contact Kristy Goodwin at Governors State University for more information about the College Pathways Program.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 708.534.4493.
WHO DO WE SERVE?
The College Pathways Program works with local area high schools, 3-Seeds Mentoring Group and other not-for-profit organizations in the Chicago and South Suburban areas. Any student who considers themselves college bound and/or identifies as a man of color can participate in this experience.
WHAT DO WE OFFER?
The College Pathways Program extends personal and educational development through customized sessions, workshops and events on and off Governors State University's campus to help enlighten and inspire students by incorporating engaging conversations with GSU faculty, staff and strong student to student interaction.
WHY ARE WE UNIQUE?
We work with grassroots and established college readiness programs to customize experiences their students can benefit from. We are partners working together for the same purpose, and that's college ready students being successful. With our creative sessions, we are sure to create holistic experiences, so students can not only see their goal, but with our help, know what to do to achieve it.