Based in communities where Gateway to College programs serve students, members of regional Ambassador Councils support our work to provide a pathway for off-track and out-of-school youth to earn a high school diploma and meaningful college credential.
Ambassadors attend local events, engage with Gateway to College students and alumni, and connect the national office to members of their own communities who have an interest in partnering with or investing in our work on behalf of youth.
Gateway Gatherings invite community members to dive deeply into specific educational issues facing communities. Hosted by GtCNN, these events bring together community experts to share insights and strategies to help struggling youth graduate on a pathway to college and career, on their way to becoming contributing members in their community. Contact us about sponsoring or attending a Gateway Gathering in your area.
Gateway to College is growing—and we need your help. Investment in Gateway to College National Network helps provide more pathways to college for off-track and out-of-school youth by expanding Gateway to College programming in your community. It costs the National Network approximately $600 per student, per year to fulfill our mission. The program is free for students.
Do you agree that this work is vital? Do you believe in supporting vulnerable youth on their pathways to earning their diploma and credits toward a college degree? Join us!
Donate Online or by Check
Gateway to College National Network
529 SE Grand Ave, Suite 300
Portland, OR 97214
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Join Our Sustaining Circle
Monthly giving is the easiest and best way to know you are helping to sustain Gateway to College programming and services for disengaged youth in your community. Select the monthly giving option on our donate form!
Join Our Founder’s Circle
For an annual gift of $1,000 or more, you will receive special recognition on our website and print materials, student stories curated to your region of interest, and a personal letter of thanks.
Join us by sharing student stories with your friends and family, and commenting on our Facebook and Twitter conversations. Follow our work as we participate in national events. There is so much going on—so many ways to get involved!
Glenn Fee, Associate Vice President, External Relations
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