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SEO College Scholars has partnered with Lafayette for their first College MOU

SEO College Scholars has partnered with Lafayette for their first College MOU. Lafayette released a write up on what they hope to achieve in partnership with SEO, November 2016

CNB Spotlight SEO Career

CNBC spotlights SEO Career in “My secret to my success on Wall Street,” with Career intern Julissa Arce, March 2016

New York Times op-ed article by Kathryn S. Wylde

SEO was mentioned in a New York Times op-ed article by Kathryn S. Wylde, president of the Partnership For New York City, June 2015

How Your ‘Pedigree’ Prejudices Your Employer

SEO President & CEO William Goodloe was featured on the NPR‘s “On Point with Tom Ashbrook” for a discussion entitled “How Your ‘Pedigree’ Prejudices Your Employer,” June 2015

SEO Scholars San Francisco, discussed the history of SEO Scholars San Francisco on CBS Local podcast

Jessica Cogan, Regional Director of SEO Scholars San Francisco, discussed the history of SEO Scholars San Francisco on CBS Local podcast, February 2015

The National Partnership for Educational Access

The National Partnership for Educational Access chose SEO Scholars San Francisco for its member spotlight, November 2014

Scholars San Francisco was featured on Channel 5 KPIX Bay

SEO Scholars San Francisco was featured on Channel 5 KPIX Bay to speak about the commitment of Scholars and their amazing results in getting to and through college, October 2014

Helping Low-Income Students Gain College Access and Success

Read William Goodloe’s commentary: Helping Low-Income Students Gain College Access and Success, September 2014

UBS Names SEO Scholars Lead Partner for UBS NextGen Leaders

UBS Announces $10 Million Commitment to Support College Success through UBS NextGen Leaders

Chairman Henry Kravis calls SEO New York’s “best-kept secret”

Chairman Henry Kravis calls SEO New York’s “best-kept secret” and shares our goal to double the number of participants in SEO Scholars this fall, May 2014

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