Guam – Fifty middle and high school students are spending their Christmas break exploring college and career options, thanks to Guam Community College’s College Access Challenge Grant Program.
Thirty 11th and 12th graders are learning about college, how to apply to schools, and financial aid options, and 20 sixth through tenth grade students are exploring careers in the caregiving and cosmetology fields. The two –week effort is CACGP’s first “winter bridge” program.
CACGP is a federally-funded program that helps channel middle and high school students toward college through activities, workshops, and career exploration.
For more information about the College Access Challenge Grant Program, students or parents can call 735-0221/5565 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the CACGP Facebook Fan Page: GCC-College Access Challenge Grant Program
Javin Pangelinan, a 7th grader at Bishop Baumgartner School (standing at right) takes the blood pressure of Jarimiah Duenas, a 6th grader at Jose Rios Middle School, under the direction of Maricon Manaluc (standing) and Nadine Biala, CACGP tutors and University of Guam nursing students, during the CACGP Winter Bridge program at GCC.
Individuals requiring special accommodations, auxiliary aids, or services please contact 735-5597