Michigan College Access Network Hosts Ninth Annual Conference, Announces Impact Awards

The Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) held its ninth annual conference in Lansing and acknowledged 11 outstanding postsecondary education practitioners and advocates from across the state at the awards dinner Monday, March 4.

The Kresge Foundation awards $1.35 million for continued support of college

At the annual Michigan College Access Network conference, The Kresge Foundation announced a $1.35 million grant for the organization to continue its work to increase the number of Michigan residents pursuing and succeeding in postsecondary education.

Michigan’s College Attainment Rate Increases for the Eighth Year in a Row

Michigan’s College Attainment Rate Increases for the Eighth Year in a Row Lumina Foundation releases report highlighting increase to 45 percent.

MCAN responds to education comments in Gov. Whitmer’s first State of the State Speech

The following statement is from Brandy Johnson, executive director of the Michigan College Access Network (MCAN), in response to comments about education delivered by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in her 2019 State of the State speech.

Gov. Whitmer Declares Feb. 4 – 8 School Counseling Week

Recognition to highlight important impact school counselors have on students’ lives

MIHEART Coalition Hosts Talent Summit

MIHEART, a broad coalition of business, military, law enforcement, philanthropic, education and government leaders, is hosting a Talent Summit today to educate members of Michigan’s 100th Legislature.

Winning Futures receives Innovative Program Grant from Michigan College Access Network

The grant will support the Workforce Prep pilot program for approximately 500 10th graders at seven Metro Detroit high schools.