The ASPIRE (Access to Student Assistance Programs In Reach of Everyone) program provides resources and individual assistance to students and parents to assist with post-high school education and training as well as military and employment options. Volunteer mentors assist students with career exploration, college and/or training program identification, SAT & ACT registration, test preparation, admission and scholarship applications and essays, and navigating the financial aid processes.
ASPIRE is your source for planning for life after high school!
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ASPIRE Office Hours
Tuesday 9:30 - 3:30
Wednesday 7:30 - 3:30
Thursday 7:30 - 3:30
Students are encouraged to make an appointment, but can drop-in as well.
ASPIRE Contact Information
Jill Gregg, ASPIRE Coordinator
- Increase the number of Oregon students who continue their education and/or training and apply and receive scholarships and financial aid.
- Extend and enhance career counseling with students.
- Train adult volunteers to advise and mentor students concerning options for college or vocational training after high school.
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Volunteering for ASPIRE
If you would like to volunteer with the ASPIRE program, please contact Jill Gregg at (541) 966-3846 or by email, jill.greggpendleton.k12.or.us. References and criminal record checks are required for all volunteers.
Become an ASPIRE Volunteer!