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Center for Educational Partnership

October 4, 2021

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded UC Merced’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CEP) five grants totaling more than $6.9 million for its Talent Search program. The program aims to increase the number of youths from disadvantaged backgrounds to continue their post-secondary...
Eleventh and 12th graders and their parents filled the gymnasium bleachers at McLane High School in Fresno on Thursday (Oct. 9) eager to find out what it takes — academically and financially — to access higher education. The systemwide Achieve UC event...
For Melissa Ugaldes and many San Joaquin Valley high school students like her, a University of California education might not be an obvious option. That’s why leaders from UC Merced visited Madera South High School on Tuesday to speak to 11th- and 12th-...
Editor’s Note: As of mid-February, UC Merced’s graduate student applications increased by 6.6 percent over last year. This press release reports a 41 percent increase, which at the time (Jan. 18) was an accurate figure. The current figure is lower. In...
University of California, Merced, Chancellor Dorothy Leland will visit Merced High School Oct. 18 as part of Achieve UC, a systemwide initiative to show high school students how they can attain a University of California education. The idea behind the...
Francisco Abendano Jr., a sophomore at Madera High School, is like many 15-year-olds. He is active in sports, enjoys spending time with his friends and is already taking the necessary steps to get into college. But, he also has a heavier weight on his...
The University of California, Merced, has announced a $33,000 donation from Citi to support its Center for Educational Partnership’s Parent Empowerment Program — $10,000 will fund the continued support of high schools in Madera and $23,000 will be used...

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