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2018 Florida College Access Network Summit

May 10 – 11, 2018 | Hyatt Regency Orlando Save the date! Registration opens soon! How are Florida educators and communities working together to help students overcome obstacles on their path to completing a postsecondary education and embarking on a rewarding career?...

Share the ways you are #Thankful4Pell during NCAN campaign

Pell Grants play a crucial role each year in helping millions of low-income students pursue and achieve their postsecondary ambitions. That’s why the National College Access Network (NCAN) will soon re-launch its annual campaign to help tell the story behind those...

TheDream.US National Scholarship application opens November 1

Last year, TheDream.US awarded over $30 million in scholarship funds to more than 1,200 students with undocumented status attending college during the 2017-18 school year. This year, the organization will begin accepting applications for its National Scholarship on...

Listen to Episodes 1-8 of the College Ready Florida Podcast!

podFlorida College Access Network’s (FCAN) College Ready Florida Podcast debuted in August as a way of spotlighting the many tools and resources available to counselors and other educators interested in participating or learning more about FCAN’s initiatives. During...

Bloomingdale High hosts College Application Week

Mindy Edgeman was intrigued by the idea of hosting College Application Week festivities at her school. But Edgeman — the college and career counselor at Bloomingdale High School in Valrico — had to see the event in order to believe in its impact. “When I was told...

Ep. 08 — Collecting Data

Florida College Access Network (FCAN) generally asks schools and organizations hosting Apply Yourself Florida festivities for three things: ensure events take place during regular school hours, make the experience available to all graduating seniors, and give students...

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