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Sixty by 30 is a bold goal, but it wasn’t chosen for the sake of boldness. It was chosen because that is what Michigan needs to be a prosperous state that can compete in a knowledge-based economy.

An anonymous contributor describes the educational challenges they faced as a female person on the autism spectrum.

Vaughn Springer, project coordinator with MAPSA - Michigan’s Charter School Association, reflects on her charter school experience and how her current work helps provide Michigan families with greater educational options.

For all of the excitement they bring, financial aid offers have a reputation for being a bit confusing. But with the right information, analyzing and comparing financial aid offers from colleges and universities is a process students can tackle.

My training from MCAN and AdviseMI, combined with the experiences at my service site, built up skills and knowledge that I continuously draw from to this day.

College Completion Corps alum Summer Madrid reflects on her service year and how it helped her find a career in student success.

Two incredible AmeriCorps members serve right here at MCAN, helping our organization build capacity and expand our Sixty by 30 work. We are grateful for the service that Kate Grove and Ho Chak Law provide every day.

MCAN staff who served with AmeriCorps reflect on their favorite memories and how their experiences impacted their careers.

Jahshua Smith, AdviseMI expansion coordinator, reflects on this month's Black History Month projects.

Elaine Hardy reflects on two-plus decades of working with Black students in an interview with MCAN.