College mentors help kids achieve new academic goals

Seattle Times

When Celina Espinoza and Jazmyn Williams arrived on Western Washington University’s campus in September, the Skagit County 18-year-olds already knew more about their new school than the average freshmen.

Espinoza and Williams are among the first students to arrive at Western after having gone through the university’s Compass 2 Campus program, which sends WWU students to area school districts to work with students in grades 5-12 to encourage them to complete high school and consider higher education.

 

Thursday, November 2, 2017 - 1:14pm