BOTTOM LINE CHICAGO HELPS STUDENTS GET INTO COLLEGE
“Bottom Line has been there to support me through two of my biggest scholarship needs,” Kyra said.
make a transformational change in their lives through Post Secondary education.
years while they are in college and helping them build a career readiness plan and through graduation.
talented students with big dreams one-on-one it can have a transformational impact on their lives. The hope is the grant will assist Bottom Line in helping
more students in its existing markets – Chicago, Boston and New York – while also expanding to more parts of the country.
with a lot of different things to consider, but as the students navigate through college, if they have a choice that is affordable there are fewer roadblocks to
graduation. Once those students graduate, having an affordable college choice, puts them on a path where they can manage their debt payment and they can invest in other things, for example buying a home.
career connections and employ the students after they graduate from college.
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