SPREAD THE WORD
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Thank you for being a part of this movement as we work together to tackle the college completion crisis in America!
DO YOUR PART
STEP 1: SEE THE FILM
STEP 2: DISCUSS THE FILM
Come up with actionable next steps you and the other attendees can take to drive your mission statement.
Innovate: identify new solutions to help graduate more students.
Duplicate: scale up or down proven innovations, either highlighted in the film or otherwise.
Communicate: publicize your efforts.
Set time aside to meet with your fellow screening attendees to develop a few prompts about the film and the issues it addresses to help drive the conversation.
STEP 4: MEET AGAIN
True impact is a continued effort. Set time to meet in a month, in three months, over the course of the year to discuss your efforts and your goals. Give yourself enough time to hit your benchmarks, but keep yourself on these deadlines to ensure success.
PROGRAMS FEATURED IN THE FILM
FOR STUDENTS & FAMILIES
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