The United State Department of Education has released a grant to support college childcare programs at colleges.
Fatu Magassouba will serve as LeadMN's Associate Executive Director.
LeadMN urges MN legislators to fund a free college grant program, student basic needs, and mental health support.
Each month, the cabinet shares some of the work they've accomplished.
At the Minnesota Student Voter Summit, teams of students competed to earn grant money to support their plans for increasing voter engagement on their campuses.
The 2022-2023 LeadMN Cabinet has been elected! Read here to learn more about them.
Students, advisors, instructors, and more were honored at this year's Scholarship Gala and Annual Awards ceremony in Breezy Point, MN last weekend.
LeadMN signed onto a letter that urges Congress to fund the Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) Program at $500 million—the amount needed to provide child care support to approximately 6 percent of Pell-eligible parenting students of children ages 0-5
LeadMN sent a letter to the Minnesota State Board of Trustees urging them to begin an independent review of the handling of the Hennepin Technical College situation.
A recent LeadMN survey of 7700 community and technical college students shows that 90% of students struggle to pay for higher education. LeadMN Treasurer Marcelus Ifonlaja shares his concerns about college affordability.