Freshman year of college could be one of the most freeing times in one’s life or one of the most difficult. Going to college represents adulthood, freedom and exploration. It marks the time in one’s life when one must truly rely on what one has learned. For some, however, it is the time wherein one […]
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College Access Plan prepares underserved students to succeed in college.
WHAT WE DO
Our programs provide key knowledge and meaningful support to students who attend or have graduated from public schools in Pasadena, California.
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SPRING FEVER! 9TH ANNUAL WINE EVENT
Spring Fever! Wine Event
May 7th, 2017
Bar Bandini in Echo Park
2150 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
- Wine Tasting
This summer, CAP is set to add three new team members — an Americorps VISTA member and two Americorps Summer Associates. Three amazing CAP alumni will commit to full-time community service, and we want to be ready for their arrival! Even without these three new CAPpers, we’re bursting at the seams over here. To accommodate […]
I’m a little over halfway through my first year at UCLA, and just a couple of weeks away from finishing Winter Quarter. Already, I can look back and see in what areas I’ve grown, especially academically. Incoming college freshmen are often told that the transition from high school to college is difficult, and I can […]