Born and raised in Richmond to Yemeni-American immigrant parents, 26-year old Hossain has a big dream in life: level the education landscape for low-income communities. It “developed gradually and... Read more
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“I was always afraid, because I knew that college was expensive. When my first child attended college, I did not have any knowledge of the process. It was a traumatic moment for me.” These are the... Read more
12th Waver DeMario realized he was interested in engineering during his senior year at Making Waves Academy. The problem was, math wasn’t his strongest subject. Regardless, his math teacher Mr.... Read more
For the final piece in our blog series about preventing summer melt, we interviewed CAP College Coach Naomi Lansing, who is an organizational guru. In the interview, Ms. Lansing shares advice to... Read more
This is the latest post in our series about preventing summer melt. The transition to college is both an exciting and scary time for students and parents. For parents, letting go can be difficult,... Read more