San Rafael, CA (PRWEB) November 17, 2010
According to a recent study, far more than two-thirds of respondents think that qualified, motivated students do not have the opportunity to attend college due to financial constraints. In nowadays?s difficult economic times, how do students, particularly students from low-income households, come across the possibilities they need to access a college education?
For practically 3 decades, students have relied on 10,000 Degrees, formerly Marin Education Fund, a non-profit organization that believes everybody ought to have a opportunity at college. To strengthen its ties with past system participants and scholarship recipients, and to encourage these men and women to return to their roots and support other individuals, 10,000 Degrees has named former scholarship recipient Saul Pe