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Mission Statement

Founded in 1972, the Hartford Consortium for Higher Education (HCHE) is committed to strategic, collaborative initiatives of excellence across its member campuses, non-profits and stakeholders for high potential, underserved students to increase college access and persistence, leading to substantive community impact and sustained economic development. HCHE asserts the role of an educational catalyst, through robust partnerships in the region and the state, for improved outcomes for our youth and our communities. Members of the Consortium: Capital Community College, Central Connecticut State University, Charter Oak State College, Goodwin College, Hartford Seminary, Manchester Community College, St. Thomas Seminary, Trinity College, University of Connecticut, University of Hartford and University of Saint Joseph.


All HCHE participating High Schools:
A.I.Prince Technical High School | Bulkeley High School | High School Inc.
Manchester High School | Weaver - Culinary Arts Academy
Weaver - Journalism and Media Academy | Hartford Public High School - Engineering and Green Technology Academy, Law and Government Academy, Nursing Academy
East Hartford High | Bloomfield High School | New Horizons | New Britain High School Satellite Career Academy | New Britain High School | Hill House High School

Career Beginnings is a program of the Hartford Consortium for Higher Education. The mission of Career Beginnings is to increase the percentage of Hartford-area youth who graduate from high school and go on to college and fulfilling careers.

Since 1986, Career Beginnings has been working with Hartford-area high school students to help students get into college. On average, 92% of our graduates enroll in college directly out of high school. 85% of our students are members of underserved and underrepresented minority groups, and most are the first in the family to aspire to a college eduation. The program has three components: one-on-one advising, college-oriented workshops, and mentoring.



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