Friday, September 4, 2020

September 2020. High School and College Students. COLLEGEREADINESSPLAN.ORG

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COLLEGE READINESS PLAN


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ABOUT US

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Our History

  

College Readiness Plan is a non-profit organization (501C3) dedicated to preparing the future for success in their career choices and educational goals. For more than 15 years our College Readiness Plan has led as an essential contributor in the professional fields of business, industry, education, law, science, technology, medicine and the fine and performing arts. Our in-service presentations are empowering, informative and stimulating. The College Readiness Plans core values are self-Love, Honesty, Hard Working, Integrity and Excellence. Our values are the cornerstones that have successfully carried the College Readiness Plan through many years. 

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Research and Development

  

Please assist us in the process of sharing many scholarship opportunities available through our College Readiness Plan with student’s grades preschool through 12. Our research is proven reaching students during early development is very effective with children beginning in preschool. Our representative is available for motivational speaking, financial aid, career, and College Readiness Plan in service at fairs held at schools, organizations, recreation centers and churches.

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College Tours

  

The College Readiness Plan also includes monthly College Tours.

We have committed to parents and the community to disseminate the educational opportunities the College Readiness Plan is offering. 

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