College Access Plan Named Nonprofit of the Year

Michael Ocon, Mo Hyman and Assemblyman Chris Holden celebrate the 41st Assembly District’s Nonprofit of the Year, College Access Plan.

First published in the June 16 print issue of the Pasadena Outlook.

College Access Plan was recently named the 2022 41st Assembly District’s Nonprofit of the Year by Assemblyman Chris Holden.
“It is my pleasure to recognize College Access Plan as the 41st Assembly District’s Nonprofit of the Year,” Holden said. “CAP supports equitable access to college degrees for all students. It is critical to thank community partners that understand the advantages of dual enrollment and help students actualize their goals.”
Founded in 2006, CAP is a nonprofit that prepares underserved students to succeed in college. Its partnerships with the Pasadena Unified School District and other local agencies serve middle schools and PUSD graduates who attend college in addition to its high school offerings. CAP also provides essential knowledge about college and financial aid for parents and families.
Annually, 1,600 students, graduates and their families receive expert, best-practices programming related to college attendance and affordability.
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