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Commit to Multnomah County’s Most Vulnerable Youth

By Glenn Fee Multnomah County, along with much of the nation, is facing parallel challenges: insufficient skilled workers to fill open positions and unacceptably high unemployment rates among young adults. Indeed, while the employment prospects are positive for those with education beyond high school, the news isn’t great for those

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Get Involved with GtCNN in Oregon

Oregon ranks 48th in the nation in high school graduation rates, and one-quarter of our state’s high schools fail to graduate one-third or more of their students on time. Students who do not finish high school have few prospects for employment, and a difficult future. Gateway to College National Network exists

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Annual Report 2016: Peer Learning Conference

 Program directors shared the strategies that helped them improve outcomes during a panel at GtCNN’s 2016 Peer Learning Conference. Continual improvement is at the core of the Gateway to College model, and the biennial Peer Learning Conference serves to celebrate achievements and develop new ways to improve our program

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