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October ACLP Update

Welcome ACLP Family,

This month we are so excited to welcome you to the Future Scholars Program! Our first session was a hit and we are so moved by the stories each of you told! Our students this semester so far include musicians, polyglots (someone who speaks a variety of languages), and dreamers! If you are interested in joining the Future Scholars Program, which is a program geared towards providing black students with Penn mentors to guide them through the college process and paired with a culturally-enriched program that provides students with hard and soft skills,send in your names through our website! We are looking to empower kind, intelligent and ambitious students like you, and we know you would be a good fit! The ACLP team has also grown to include our new tutors: Sakina Adamali and Stacey Boakey; And our new team of volunteers: India Allen, Yina Anyachebelu, Ami Ikuenobe and Bereket Gebregziabher! Our team is so excited to meet you all and after our first session we know this will be a great year! If you have any questions or are interested in joining us this semester, give us an email at


Marissa Kesse

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