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Adult Transitions to College

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Coordinating College Success Services for Adults

There are almost 300,000 adults over the age of 25 living in central New Mexico without a college degree or certificate.

We Are Removing Barriers

Through an initiative called Graduate! ABQ, we're bringing together New Mexico Workforce Connection, Central New Mexico Community College (CNM), the University of New Mexico (UNM), Youth Development Inc, and the City of Albuquerque to develop an adult student support system to help them get into college, figure out how to pay for it, then help make a personal connection with the appropriate person at the college of their choice.

Go to Graduate! ABQ

Cradle to Career Step: 

Leadership

Staff

Robin Troup

Senior Adult Education Program Manager

505-247-1721

robin.troup@uwcnm.org

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Related Research

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U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics
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Stats In Brief
Communities that Work Partnership Playbook Year: 2016 Author: Amy Blair, Stephen Michon, Maureen Conway
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The Aspen Institute
Aligning Postsecondary Education and Workforce Strategies to Drive Attainment Year: 2016 Author: Allison Beer, Julie Ajinkya, Candice L. Staples
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Institute for Higher Education Policy
Better Data, Better College Workforce Programs Year: 2016 Author: Lauren Walizer
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Center for Postsecondary and Economic Success at CLASP

Partners

Megan Dunn Davison
United Way of Central New Mexico
Angelo Gonzales
United Way of Central New Mexico
Anne Tafoya
Mission: Graduate / United Way of Central New Mexico