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Cedar Valley College has been awarded a $2.45 million grant by the U. S. Department of Education's Predominantly Black Institutions (PBI) program. The focus of the grant, referred to as the Pipeline & Pathways (P2) program at Cedar Valley College, is to increase the academic success of African American Males through increased access to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) programs at the College. Students participating in the Pipeline & Pathways (P2) program receive a number of benefits such as tutoring, mentoring, STEM summer boot camps, financial and life skills coaching, and an opportunity to participate in internships/externships.What makes P2 unique is that it not only benefits current Cedar Valley College students but also supports Early College High School, Collegiate Academy, and Dual Credit students through access to the same benefits stated previously, thus creating a pipeline and paving a pathway to college success. In addition, P2 courses will be conducted in a project-based learning format which has been found to increase student academic success, critical thinking skills, decision making, and self-confidence.P2 Targets:
Have questions? Contact Nancy Westbrook
Dean of Student Retention & PBI Administrator: Dr. Osaro Airenoairen@dcccd.edu972-860-8019 Building M, Room M225A
Administrative Assistant: Natalie Williamsnwilliams@dcccd.edu 972-860-8094 Building M, Room M225
Program Service Coordinator: John Perryjmperry@dcccd.edu 972-860-2987 Building M, Room M225B
Enrollment Specialist: Avery Hartwellahartwell@dcccd.edu972-860-5214 Building L, Room L162
Funding made possible through a grant by the United States Department of Education for Predominantly Black Institutions.