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ACLP September Update

By: Marissa Kesse

Welcome ACLP Fam,

As we near the beginning of our FSP sessions, things are ramping up and getting exciting! The team is growing this month, as we welcome our new volunteers and tutors to the ACLP family. This summer, we’ve been working hard to prepare a strong and engaging curriculum for our high school students; this includes an innovative and resourceful website, interactive social media pages, and researching different fundraising efforts.

This semester, we will be meeting virtually on Tuesdays from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm EST using Google Meet. We will also be utilizing Google Classroom to offer supplementary assignments. In addition, after Tuesday sessions, staff will be available for students to ask questions on just about anything — from personal college experiences to questions pertaining to lessons. During our student orientation on September 22nd, lead tutors and I will speak more in depth about what students can expect the semester to look like; we are excited to meet you and your parents then! If you still aren’t convinced that you would like to become a Future Scholar, here’s a short video to introduce you to some of our team members and goals! Catch us on our instagram @weareACLP as well as website (, and feel free to send us an email with any questions (!

If you are ready to register, click the link and fill out the info!



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