About Us

And What We Do

Mission

Collegiate Pathways, Inc. (CPI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Orlando, FL. CPI’s mission is to empower underrepresented middle and high school girls to pursue science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields through college preparation, career readiness, and mentoring.

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CPI is a non-profit organization dedicated to changing lives of young people.

Every 26 seconds, a student is dropping out of high school.

You can help make a difference by pledging your support to assist in the development of sending a student to college.

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The Board

Andrea Balanzategui, Chief of Staff, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Tonya Farquharson, Senior Director, IT, Triad Isotopes, Inc.

Jenolee Muschette, Assistant Director, Information Technology Service Delivery Group, EY

Courtney Powell, President, AceApplications, LLC

Laine Powell, Founder & Executive Director

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Glimpse the Future and Get Inspired – Maker Faire Miami

Glimpse the Future and Get Inspired – Maker Faire Miami

Tech Sassy Girlz founder, Laine Powell will be a featured presenter at the Maker Faire Miami on Saturday, April 8 – at 3pm. She will be discussing “Engaging Girls in Making.” Miami has been the center for creative crafters and makers for decades. Host to the largest...

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Oh the Places You’ll Go!  No Limits to Dream Big

Oh the Places You’ll Go! No Limits to Dream Big

Sitting in a room surrounded by décor consisting of butterflies and hot pink as part of an annual tea, I took in the words of wisdom from the special guest keynote speaker, a successful woman, Quincy Brown, who earned a doctorate degree in Computer Science as part of...

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Tea & “bytes” Event and Scholarship Information

Tea & “bytes” Event and Scholarship Information

Tea and “bytes,” the annual fundraising event held by Tech Sassy Girlz, the signature outreach program of Collegiate Pathways, Inc., (CPI), will benefit scholarships and programs for underrepresented middle and high school girls interested in future careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).

The event is scheduled for Friday, March 17, 2017 from 9am – Noon at the…

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