The ASPIRE program helps educate Oregon students to become career and college ready. ASPIRE’s focus is on students who may have been historically underserved or are affected by other barriers to a successful post-high school path. Some of our students are the first in their families to go to college or vocational school.Audrey Yue (she/her/hers)ASPIRE CoordinatorASPIRE WebsiteFind Ms. Audrey In-Person:Mondays and FridaysCCC, Room 153
Please visit the ASPIRE site to see many tools available to students for college and career readiness!ASPIRE is the state of Oregon's mentoring program to help students access education and training beyond high school. ASPIRE offers education, resources, and mentoring opportunities for students.
The program matches trained, supportive adult volunteer mentors with middle and high school students to help them develop a plan that meets their career and education goals. Student supports include 1:1 and group mentoring, activities or events that focus on career exploration, career and college research, admissions applications, scholarships, and financial aid.We are fortunate to have an ASPIRE program at Lincoln. Want to be involved? Drop by the College & Career Center in Room 153, or contact Lincoln's ASPIRE Coordinator, Audrey Yue (email@example.com).Useful Resources from ASPIRE:
- Handbook: Oregon Opportunities Guide for Post-High School Planning
- Handbook: Helpful Link for Juniors
- Tracker: College Admissions events, updates, and deadlines (NACAC)
- Worksheet: Cost of Attendance Calculator
- Links: Online Personality & Career Interest Assessments