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Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker To Attend Bottom Line Annual College Expo


On Saturday, March 14, 2015 from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker To Attend Bottom Line Annual College Expo. National education nonprofit welcomes low-income and first-generation students to the 3rd annual college expo with over 20 regional colleges represented. 

Gov. Charlie Baker (MA)

Gov. Charlie Baker (MA)

Bottom Line Massachusetts—the regional office of a national nonprofit helping low-income and first-generation students get into and graduate from college — will bring together Access Program and Success Program students during college decision season to provide them with guidance and insight to make a responsible and informed college decision. This year, Governor Charlie Baker, a long-time supporter of the organization and its mission, will attend.

The event takes place at the Reggie Lewis Center, Roxbury Community College, 1234 Columbus Avenue, Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120

In an effort to help Access students make an informed college decision, Success college students who attend Bottom Line’s target colleges, including Boston College, Northeastern, UMass Amherst, Boston University and many more, will answer questions and provide firsthand advice about their own college experience. High school students interested in learning more about the Bottom Line program are also urged to attend.

 

bottom line studentsFor more information and to RSVP, visit: https://bottomlineinc.wufoo.com/forms/2015-bottom-line-college-expo3142015/

 

CONTACT:     John Gates, Elevate Communications, 617 548-8972, jgates@elevatecom.com

Jennifer Scherck, Bottom Line Director of Development, 617-524-8833, jscherck@bottomline.org

 

ABOUT BOTTOM LINE – MASSACHUSETTS

Bottom Line was founded in Boston in 1997 to help disadvantaged students get in to college, graduate from college, and go far in life. What started as an organization supporting 25 Boston high school seniors has grown to support more than 3,000 high school seniors and college students from Boston and Worcester, Massachusetts. With the launch of their offices in Worcester (2008), New York City (2010) and Chicago (2014), Bottom Line has become a national nonprofit that serves thousands of college students through its full-scale college retention program for low-income and first-generation urban students. With Bottom Line’s support, students across the country are earning college degrees, beginning successful careers, and raising themselves and their families out of poverty. Learn more at www.bottomline.org, @BottomLineMA and at facebook.com/bottomlineinc.

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