College Ready Florida

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Increasing Florida’s talent pipeline is vital for continued growth and economic prosperity, and the state aims to increase the percentage of working-age Floridians with degrees and workforce-relevant credentials to 60% by 2030.

To meet our upcoming workforce needs, Florida must be College Ready.

College Ready Florida is a series of four statewide initiatives aimed at supporting a college-going culture by helping students plan for their futures, navigate the college-going process, and access and complete a postsecondary education. These initiatives focus on students at all grade levels and place special emphasis on low-income and first-generation college students.





How Can I Participate in College Ready Florida?

  • Sign up to be a host site. Public high schools and community organizations like Local College Access Networks (LCANs), Boys and Girls clubs, YMCAs, and libraries can all host College Ready Florida events.
  • Serve on a planning committee. Many host site coordinators form planning committees comprised of school faculty, community members, parents, and students.
  • Volunteer. Volunteers can help students with applications, provide technical support, distribute stickers, and more.
  • Provide donations. Businesses and community members can support College Ready Florida by providing snacks and refreshments for volunteers and students, or by donating raffle prizes.
  • Spread the word! Share your stories on social media using the hashtags #PlanItFL, #ApplyYourselfFL, #FAFSAFL, and #DecisionDayFL.

FCAN thanks the following for their generous support of the College Ready Florida initiatives

Get Involved!

  • Register as a College Ready Florida host site
  • Download the Introduction to College Ready Florida guide
  • Questions? Contact Adriana Pavicic, FCAN's Communications and Initiatives Manager

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