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Seattle Education Access provides higher education advocacy and opportunity to young people struggling to overcome poverty and adversity throughout King County.
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Category Archives: Student Story
I never thought I could be a college graduate. My parents didn’t graduate high school and had to struggle their whole lives. I want to be able to do anything I can dream in my life, including helping others and making … Continue reading
Sarah is studying to become a paralegal at Green River Community College. I didn’t graduate from high school. Instead, I went to work right away as a teenager. After eight years, I lost that job and went to work for … Continue reading
I am from The Gambia, the smallest country in Africa. I lived there with my mother, four brothers and a sister. I went to schools called Serakunda and Ndows, but I did not graduate high school. I had to stop … Continue reading
Mustafa is studying Information Technology at Green River Community College. I came to the U.S. in September 2010 as a refugee. My family and I left Iraq and spent four years living in Syria before applying for asylum in the United … Continue reading
Emily Dickinson once wrote, “why not have a big life?” these are the words I kept close to heart when I joined the SEA staff and my fellow members of the SEA Student Advisory Board Council for the SEA Lobby … Continue reading
Lacy has just graduated from UW and is about to begin classes at the University of the District of Columbia’s Law School. She wrote her story to share with you. Four years ago I would have never imagined that I … Continue reading