The AmeriCorps College Coaches program targets high school students who are 1) Unlikely to go to college; 2) Would be the first-generation in their family to attend college; and/or 3) Come from a low-income family. This one-on-one, near-peer mentoring will involve approximately 50 Trigg County High School students.
Anderson received her Bachelor’s Degree in Advertising and is currently working toward her Master’s Degree in Human Development and Leadership at Murray State University. Among the many duties Anderson will have as a College Coach, she will be working with students on their Individual Learning Plans, helping them fill out their enrollment and financial aid information, and providing individual mentoring services..
For more information on this program, visit https://my.americorps.gov/ or call Beth Sumner, Assistant Superintendent of Instruction, Trigg County Public Schools 270-522-6075.
This press release was submitted by Trigg County Schools Assistant Superintendent of Instruction Beth Sumner.