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2024 Connecting CBOs and Higher Ed – A College Forum and Fair

June 11, 2024 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Community-based organizations (CBOs) who work with low-income, historically underrepresented, and first-generation college students provide the support young people require to prepare for and explore their college options, gain admission to, thrive in, and graduate from college. Key to this work are strong relationships between CBOs and college and university representatives. 

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Co-sponsored by Barnard College, this unique in person event allows colleges/universities and the professional college prep staff of New York City CBOs to connect with each other to learn how to most effectively work together to help young people access, persist in, and graduate from college. 

The event starts with a discussion with panelists from higher education and CBO leaders about how to support college students best. Afterward, community-based educators and leaders can connect with college and university representatives at the fair.

Participating Colleges and Universities 

(updated May 28, 2024)

Babson College
Barnard College
Binghamton University
BMCC
Bryn Mawr College
Colby College
Colin Powell School/ City College of New York
The Cooper Union
Franklin and Marshall College
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Hunter College
Johns Hopkins University
Lehigh University
Lehman College
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mount Holyoke College
New York University
Northeastern University
Pace University
Princeton University
Providence College
Quinnipiac University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Sarah Lawrence College
Smith College
St. Francis College
St. John's University
St. Joseph's University (Brooklyn)
Stony Brook University
SUNY Onondaga Community College
The New York City College of Technology (City Tech)
University of Chicago
University of Connecticut
Wellesley College
Wesleyan College
Williams College

Supporting Organizations 

(updated May 28, 2024)

Bottom Line
CUNY Reconnect
The Double Discovery Center at Columbia University
The Peace Corps
South Asian Youth Action
Stony Brook Simons STEM Scholars Program
Thrive Scholars
University Settlement

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Facilitators

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Delia Kim Sorto Senior Program Director, PASE


PASE Impact, FY 2023

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5,200

Afterschool Professionals Supported

Resourcetable

151

Professional Development Events Offered

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100,000

NYC Youth Impacted

PASE believes all kids deserve a safe, nurturing space during out-of-school time where they have opportunities to explore their passions while connecting with and learning from caring adults. We exist to improve the quality of afterschool programs for children and teens living in poverty.

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