Students representing 50+ Posse partner colleges and universities were present at the 2019 PossePlus Summit.
Students representing 50+ Posse partner colleges and universities were present at the 2019 PossePlus Summit.

News & Events

Summer 2019

Posse Town Hall Brings Together Student Delegates to Discuss State of Our Union

The PossePlus Summit gathered 150 student delegates together with college presidents and philanthropic, corporate and community leaders for a probing look at our nation’s challenges, successes, and opportunities for growth.


Spring 2013

PossePlus Retreats Tackle Class, Power, Privilege

This spring, 3,500 students from 37 Posse partner colleges and universities across the country explored the topic of class, power and privilege at weekend retreats facilitated by The Posse Foundation.

Captain Carmen Green Jr. (Trinity Posse 1, New York) accepts the 2012 Ainslie Alumni Achievement Award with his mother.

Winter 2013

U.S. Marine Corps Captain Wins Ainslie Alumni Award

Carmen Green Jr. is the 2012 recipient of the Ainslie Alumni Achievement Award. Currently a captain in the U.S. Marine Corps, Carmen exemplifies the leadership qualities characteristic of the men and women who risk their lives in service to our country.

Vice President for Enrollment Management Donald A. Saleh is the Posse liaison at Syracuse University.

Winter 2013

V.P. for Enrollment Champions Posse at Syracuse U.

This past fall, Syracuse University welcomed its first Posses from Atlanta, Los Angeles and Miami. Helping to pave the way for those 30 Scholars is Donald A. Saleh, the vice president for enrollment management at Syracuse and Posse liaison.

Heather C. McGhee, the vice president of policy and outreach at Demos.

Winter 2013

Presidents Conference Tackles Economics of Higher Ed

In October, presidents and chancellors from top colleges and universities around the country convened in New York City for Posse’s biennial Presidents Conference on Higher Education. This year’s Conference entitled, Another Bubble: The Sustainability of the Higher Education Economic Model, explored the viability of current approaches to funding postsecondary institutions.

Middlebury Posse Scholar Aya Gallego will return to New York after graduation to teach with Uncommon Schools.

Winter 2013

Scholar Promotes Dialogue, Diversity at Middlebury

As co-founder of the My Midd Retreat and president of Women of Color (WOC), Middlebury College senior Aya Gallego facilitates important conversations among her peers about identity, race and gender.

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