Helping Students Get Into College and Beyond

An organization is not only helping students get into college, but helping them break into the workforce after they get their degrees.

Mike Wasserman of the non-profit Bottom Line says they work with low-income students to guide them through the college application process in high school.

"But staying with them for up to six years in college so that they're able to have the resources, guidance, mentoring to get through and really use that degree to connect with a career, a career path, the workforce and beyond," he adds.

Learn more about the non-profit here.

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