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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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Victoria recently graduated from Renton Technical College, earning an AAS degree and a certificate in Medical Assisting. She is now working as a Medical Assistant.Her goal is to earn her Bachelor’s in Nursing and become a registered nurse. In the … Continue reading
SEA alums do great things! Thousands of people have come to SEA to help them achieve their goals and dreams. Here are three of the thousands of SEA student and alum stories. You can watch Anttimo, Fabiola, and Javoen share … Continue reading
If I lay out my life, it may be easy to draw out hardship, but attitude mixed with action has birthed solutions. Seven years ago I suffered hospitalizing, life-threatening trauma to my right femoral artery, and damage to my femoral … Continue reading
Frenchescia is studying business and accounting at Edmonds Community College. She plans to transfer to a four year university. She is passionate about fashion and plans to open her own retail store and fashion line. I have faced a plethora … Continue reading
Ruzielle graduated last year from The Evergreen State College and now serves on our Board of Directors. My passion for education started at a very young age. I had a thirst to learn everything, read everything, and teach everyone what … Continue reading
Brady just finished his first year at Cascadia Community College; he plans on transferring to the University of Washington, majoring in business, and going to law school. Valerie has one quarter left to finish her AA transfer degree; she plans … Continue reading
As the College Dreams Luncheon draws closer, we would like to introduce the master of ceremonies Anttimo Bennett – an SEA alumni who first connected with SEA eight years ago to prepare for his GED. Today, he is in the Master’s … Continue reading