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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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The backpack Michael carries to campus is full of books and notebooks, things college students usually carry. It also often contains toothpaste and toothbrush, deodorant, soap, extra clothes — things most students would leave at home. But this 19-year-old doesn’t … Continue reading
“It was summer of 2016 and I had been unemployed for a few months with the hope of getting into college. It had been a dream of mine ever since I graduated from high school several years ago. However, I … Continue reading
“Growing up in a Mandinka society, my parents were always motivating me just to make sure I pursue a better education, not just getting a master’s degree but also a PhD. My parents never got the opportunity to sit in … Continue reading
“When I was little, my grandmother told me that ‘after the storm, comes peace,’ and I agree with her because no matter the difficulties I have encountered in my life, I have achieved many of my dreams. Everything was new … Continue reading
“Seattle Access Education has been a blessing to me in ways I cannot describe. It is amazing how we meet people on our life’s journey who know nothing about us or where we come from or care about how we … Continue reading
“When I was 11, my family moved to Auburn, Washington from Los Angeles because I was growing up in a neighborhood where we heard gun shots right across the street. After we moved, my parents worked hard, but were never … Continue reading
Dear Students and Community Members, The past several weeks have been very difficult. The Seattle Education Access staff and board would like to express our love and support for our students and community members during these uncertain times. We will … Continue reading