Corporate Residency Brochure 2019 Corporate_Residency_Brochure_DIGITAL v.1 - Page 2

Join us in helping more College Track students achieve the American Dream! In 1940, a child born to an American household had a 92 percent chance of making more money than their parents. By the 1980’s, that dropped to a 50 percent chance 1 , essentially a coin toss. At College Track, we do not accept a coin toss. So while on the surface, we are a college completion program getting students to and through college...if you look a little deeper, you will find that at heart, we are a social mobility accelerator, supporting students in their pursuit of the American Dream. Today, more than 3,000 College Track students from nine underserved communities are on the path to upward social mobility. Social Mobility in a High-Inequality Regime, David Gursky, Stanford Center on Poverty & Inequality 1 85% OF OUR GRADUATES SAY THEY EARN MORE THAN THEIR PARENTS