The CLIC Network offers training, tools and resources to college access and success programs across the U.S. It’s proprietary app matches students from 8th grade through graduate school to the schools, community-based organizations and financial assistance they need to success.
The CLIC’s goal is to increase four-year, debt-free graduation rates in the U.S. by helping programs create sustainable, scalable, replicable, effective offerings for the students they serve. We believe if we build, reinforce and advance the pipeline for programs, they will be best equipped to oversee an effective pipeline for the students we all seek to support.
The CLIC was founded by Donna Michelle Anderson (“DMA”), a college access and success veteran who has founded, funded and directed education and mentoring programs in New York and Los Angeles and served students in San Francisco and Houston, as well. Prior to launching The CLIC, DMA led Los Angeles-based “First in the Family,” a free mentoring program through the college application process for high school seniors who would be the first in their families to go to college.
DMA is joined by CTO Imran Moinuddin and Outreach Advisor David Moguel in developing The CLIC’s patented matching app, scheduled for re-launch later in 2015.