GRASP News

October 2019

Meet GRASP Alumnus Ethan Wrights

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What did you study in college? In college, I studied Communications.


What is the best thing GRASP did for you? The best thing that GRASP was able to do for me was to simply give me the opportunity to further my education, as well as help boost my confidence to do so.


What are you doing now? I am now a sales representative for W.B. Mason. What we do is sell general office supplies to local businesses in Winchester, Virginia.


What one piece of advice would you give to high school students? One piece of educational advice I would give is learn how to manage your time wisely. Everyone needs to enjoy their experience in school, but you are there to further your education. Make that your first priority.

GRASP brings hope for the future

Here's a recent GRASP Op-Ed that was published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch highlighting how GRASP brings hope to students.
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Ensuring career and college access for all

GRASP is a Virginia 501(c)(3) nonprofit. GRASP seeks to give ALL students in Virginia the opportunity to build fulfilling lives through post-secondary educational pathways.