The Council for Opportunity in Education and Comcast NBCUniversal Launch $1.5 Million “Jurassic World Rule Your Future STEAM Initiative”
Effort Helps Strengthen STEAM Preparation Among Low-Income, First-Generation-College-Bound Students Participating in Federal TRIO Programs.
Learn more about how the Council for Opportunity in Education works in conjunction with colleges, universities, and agencies to help low-income students enter college and graduate.
Enhance the services you provide low-income, first-generation students and students with disabilities to increase their chances of success.
Federal TRIO Programs (Talent Search, Upward Bound, Upward Bound Math/Science, Veterans’ Upward Bound, Student Support Services, Educational Opportunity Centers, and the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program) help students to overcome economic, social, academic, and cultural barriers to higher education.
Transformative Experiences for TRIO Students & Alumni
COE sponsors a range of student opportunities, from a selective college fair, national book and STEAM clubs, and the annual National Student Leadership Congress for pre-college TRIO students to Washington, D.C. internships and short-term study abroad for TRIO college students.
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If you are a student support services professional, thank you. You are an unsung hero for all the good that you do, and surely you know by now that COE has your back.
Through strategic collaborations, we work to strengthen quality, opportunity and access to education for all American students — the next generation of global leaders.
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