Articles and Reports to Read About the College Enrollment Crisis

MCAN and local college access networks around the state have been trying to help people understand the importance of declining college enrollments in Michigan.

Stories from Advising: Meeting Students Where They Are

AdviseMI adviser Zariea Williams shares student stories and lessons learned during her year of service.

High School Graduation Checklist

Does your organization have plans to support graduating seniors throughout the summer? This blog from our partners at NCAN offers a few ideas to help get these students to campus in the fall.

Working Collectively, Making an Impact: Launch Manistee and AmeriCorps

In communities across Michigan, individuals and organizations are working tirelessly to promote college access and success, but not all are working together. When we heard about the partnerships that make up the Launch Manistee Network ...

The Impact of Automation on Workers of Color

Schuyler Pruis, MCAN's AmeriCorps VISTA for data and technology, summarizes a recent report on automation and its projected impact on workers of color.

Stopping Summer Melt Starts in the Spring

Guest author Ainsley Ash from National College Attainment Network discusses summer melt and what we can do to prevent it.

Overcoming the Challenge of Advising Students During a Pandemic

AdviseMI adviser Steven Curtis shares his experiences advising students at Port Huron Northern High School and helping them maintain a college-going mindset, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Meet MCAN's AmeriCorps Alums

MCAN's six AmeriCorps alums reflect on their service experiences and how it shaped their careers.

Closing Thoughts on Black History Month

As we conclude Black History Month 2021, Jahshua Smith, metro Detroit region program supervisor for AdviseMI, asked MCAN AmeriCorps VISTA Delesiya Davis and four of our AdviseMI college advisers about what the month means to them.

Expanding the Postsecondary Conversation and Addressing Low College-Going Rates

Everyone imagines their last year of high school as being the time of their life. ... However, the 2020-21 school year hasn’t lived up to what most seniors were hoping for when they began their high school journey four years ago.