The inspiration for a series of affordable and accessible College Application and
Essay Writing Workshops and regional college guidebook projects originated in the vibrant Oregon ASPIRE Volunteer Mentor Program at Ashland High School in southern Oregon.
Developing a digital format has made the workshops available to any student starting the college search and application process.
Proceeds from our workshop tuition and counseling fees help us assist our local lower income students. 35% of tuition is tax deductible as a charitable contribution to the non-profit.
To ensure affordability, workshop tuition is scaled
to the student's family income level.
Students qualifying for Pell grants are not charged.
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What We Do
Navigations2College is a non-profit organization offering college and career guidance through a series of self-paced workshops that include both digital content and one on one phone/video consultations and follow-up during the college application process.
We also publish information on colleges, programs, and opportunities and options
in our unique Pacific Northwest regional college guidebook.
The CRC Workshop
guides the student's research into colleges and programs that best fit their unique interests, strengths, financial resources, and aspirations, using self-reflection and assessment exercises and encouraging deep research.
The CEW Workshop
takes a holistic approach to development of the personal essay and completion
of all other writing requirements of the Common Application including
the Activities List descriptions and any supplemental writing requirements
required by individual colleges.
Navigations2College clients are currently matriculating at Georgetown University,
University of Oregon, Oregon State University, Stanford University, Reed College,
University of Chicago, Occidental College, Pitzer College,
Central Washington Community College, Wesleyan University, Whitman College,
Southern Oregon University, Bard College, Oberlin College, Gonzaga University, Lawrence University, and Whittier College, and in PhD programs at SUNY Binghamton and UC Berkeley.