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College Community Project in the News

Published: June 5, 2009 • Source: Bangor Daily News

n an effort to get youngsters interested in going to college, the University of Maine at Fort Kent this week sent career and college planning kits to St. John Valley elementary schools.

The kits are part of the KinderKollege program, the latest addition to the College Community Project, which aims to spur postsecondary aspirations among pre-K through second grade students in the St. John Valley.

Published: June 1, 2009 • Source: Valley Vision

The University of Maine at Fort Kent this week delivered “KinderKollege” kits to all elementary schools in the St. John Valley as part of the University’s College Community Project, an educational life span-approach to college readiness.

The College Community Project provides college and career aspirations and exploration programs to all pre-K through 12th grade-level students from Van Buren to Allagash. It is a college readiness and aspirations project, which includes a lifespan of college readiness and learning from kindergarten through retirement years.

Published: April 10, 2008 • Source: Valley Vision

Officials from the University of Maine at Fort Kent today announced that the University has received a $20,000 grant from the Davis Family Foundation in support of the St. John Valley College Community Project; an educational life span-approach to college readiness.

The Project will provide college and career aspirations and exploration programs to all pre-K through 12th grade-level students from Van Buren to Allagash. Educators and administrators from across the Valley were in attendance at the news conference.

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Scott Voisine, Dean of Community Education • voisine@maine.edu(207) 834-8644 | Jennifer Parizo, Community Education Specialist • jennifer.l.shapiro@maine.edu(207) 834-7583