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August 11, 2010

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August 11, 2010

College Planning Network (CPN) is a non-profit organization that assists deserving students and families through the college selection, admission, financial aid and scholarship process. Since 1987, CPN has served residents of Washington State, helping them plan for success in college. CPN provides administration services for a variety of local scholarship programs with over $200,000 awarded in 2010. CPN presents workshops in local schools, colleges and libraries. CPN provides electronic and print resources to students and families such as 'The Money Maze - Finding money for college'.

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working with students and families to plan for college. For the past six years, CPN has been a partner in the Washington Scholarship Coalition and theWashBoard.org, a one-stop scholarship clearinghouse for Washington State.

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It is a grass-roots, community-based organization that serves as a consumer advocate for students and families seeking higher education.

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dedicated to the mission of CPN.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

increase college access in Washington State by providing workshops for every school district.

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