Get to Know: Central Florida College Access Network

LCAN Coverage Area: Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Counties

Central Florida College Access Network (CFCAN) is a community-based alliance made up of over 100 members and 25 local organizations representing K-12, higher education, nonprofit, government, business, and philanthropy. Since 2013, the CFCAN has led the effort to address barriers to college and career access, persistence, and attainment in Central Florida. The CFCAN has adopted the Lumina Foundation Goal 2025, which is committed to increasing the number of adults in our community with a high-quality credential or degree to 60% by 2025. Two-thirds of all jobs created during this decade will require a postsecondary education. CFCAN is working together to increase the number of college degrees and high quality credentials to build a skilled workforce and strong economy. Additionally, Central Florida is working together across sectors, aligning goals, and leveraging strengths with a ready and educated talent supply that fosters economic development and elevates the quality of life in our thriving community.

Website:  http://centralfloridacan.org/

For information, please contact:

Ray Larsen, CFCAN Moderator/Backbone Organization
(407) 429-2202
ray.larsen@hfuw.org

Daisy C. Franklin, MSW, CFCAN Chair
(407) 872-3050 ex. 113
dfranklin@cffound.org

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