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Our mission is to intelligently support the high aspirations of minority students. We offer information, quality cyber mentoring, encouragement, and support that will help bolster student efforts to achieve high goals.


  • BUSINESS SECTION FEATURE:

    BUSINESS SECTION FEATURE:

    MRS. MARY BYRDSONG: CHILDCARE PIONEER-ENTREPRENEUR Mrs. Mary Byrdsong is our Mother’s Day featured role model. A mother, grandmother and great grandmother, Mary has had a lifetime dedication to children. Her hard work in the field influenced and inspired her own children and grandchildren to follow her wonderful caring example.Years ago, Mary worked at St. Rita […]

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  • Occupational Parity for African and Hispanic Americans: Our challenge and Opportunity!

    We at Anyonecanachieve.com are highly concerned about equity, fairness, inclusion and opportunity for all to participate in our recommended 330 occupational titles. Our goal is to encourage greater college persistence and preparation that can lead to a more fulfilling future. Our focus is where the greatest need exists. African Americans and Hispanic Americans compared to White […]

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  • Update: Deontae Craig Career Progress @ Iowa

    Update: Deontae Craig Career Progress @ Iowa

    Deontae Craig ( Defensive Lineman #45, Iowa Hawkeyes) To find out more about Iowa football visit https://hawkeyesports.com/sports/football/ Anyonecanachieve.com featured Deontae at the beginning of his college career. We are so pleased that Deontae took time from his busy schedule to provide us with the following inspiring update. Thanks so much Deontae. “I am about to […]

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  • ACA Mission Statement 2022

    Anyonecanachieve.com is a college persistence program. We are seeking career specific mentors to help inform, encourage, inspire and offer support to African American and other minority students as they embark on their college journey. At anyonecanachieve.com  we promote diversity, equity and inclusion in the most rewarding and lucrative professional occupations in the U.S. labor market. […]

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  • Anyonecanachieve.com is pleased to welcome Kambui Abdullah, M.S., LMHC

    Kambui Abdullah received his Master’s Degree from Martin University and is licensed as a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in Indiana. He has had specialized training in CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Therapy, Crisis Assessment and Intervention and Medication Assisted Training. He is also a Certified Peer Recovery Coach. I am so proud of this young […]

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  • Anyonecanachieve.com is pleased and honored to highlight Dr. Charlie Nelms, Ed.D.,Vice President Emeritus IU

    Anyonecanachieve.com is pleased and honored to highlight Dr. Charlie Nelms, Ed.D.,Vice President Emeritus IU

    Charlie recently received the Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Martin University (where the author has taught Psychology for over two decades). Here is what the Fifty-Third Commencement Program had to say about Charlie: “He is a nationally recognized leader in higher education, a compelling storyteller and a dedicated activist. Charlie obtained his undergraduate degree […]

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  • Anyonecanachieve.com is pleased to spotlight Attorney, Robbie Lee Flippin, Esq.

    Anyonecanachieve.com is pleased to spotlight Attorney, Robbie Lee Flippin, Esq.

    We are so proud of this young attorney’s career accomplishments. Robbie earned her law degree from Indiana University-The Robert H. McKinney School of Law with concentration in Health Law. She is employed at Eli Lilly and Company for the past 4 years. In her current role Robbie focuses on global clinical trial agreement negotiations, vendor […]

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  • Dr. Carolyn Calloway-Thomas Receives W. George Pinnell Award

    Dr. Carolyn Calloway-Thomas Receives W. George Pinnell Award

    Dr. Carolyn Calloway-Thomas Honored Carolyn received the W. George Pinnell Award for Outstanding Service to Indiana University, April 1, 2022 (This award recognizes faculty and librarians who have shown exceptional breadth and depth of commitment in service to the university, to their profession, or to the public) A BRIEF SUMMARY OF CAROLYN’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE […]

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  • AFRICAN AMERICANS ON THE RIGHT COLLEGE ACADEMIC PATH, HEADED FORWARD!

    IN 2020 there were about 164 million people employed in the U.S. labor force. Of those individuals (25 and over) nearly 40 percent possessed a Bachelor’s degree or more. Those individuals would be described as having high specific vocational preparation (SVP) therefore generally qualifying for skilled jobs with typically higher prestige and pay. Such jobs […]

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  • Professor Carolyn Calloway-Thomas Receives Award From National Communication Association & Indiana University

    Professor Carolyn Calloway-Thomas Receives Award From National Communication Association & Indiana University

    In 2020, professor Carolyn Calloway-Thomas received two of the most prestigious awards that can be bestowed upon a member of the national communication association and Indiana University. On November 21, 2020, she received the Samuel L. Becker Distinguished Service Award from the National Communication Association. The award is presented to the person judged to have […]

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  • 10 techniques to help manage depressed symptoms.

    This presentation is not the best solution for someone experiencing suicidal ideations, but for those experiencing intermittent depressed mood. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts I encourage you to call 911 or go to your local hospital and reach out for treatment. In general‚ about 1 out of every 6 adults will have depression at […]

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  • Ten Tips Everyone Should know when dealing with Anxiety

    *Disclaimer* This presentation is not the best solution for someone experiencing suicidal ideations, but for those experiencing intermittent depressed mood. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts I encourage you to call 911 or go to your local hospital and reach out for treatment. In general‚ about 1 out of every 6 adults will have depression […]

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  • Think and Grow Rich: 10 Tips for Goal Planning

    Nicolas Wright, MS, is a mental health clinician who has also created video presentations on Depression and Anxiety. Visit Nicholas Wright Mental Health Matters on YouTube Think and Grow Rich: 10 Tips for Goal Planning By Nicholas Wright LPC Resident Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC)

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  • The Secret of Successful Career Preparation

    The secret of successful career preparation is not as secret as you might think!

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  • NEW FEATURED MENTOR

    DR. JAMES N. GLADDEN PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, EMERITUS UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA FAIRBANKS HIGHEST DEGREE: PH.D. POLITICAL SCIENCE EARNED AT: INDIANA UNIVERSITY SPECIALIZED TRAINING: ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH TRAINING. PUBLICATIONS IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS MEETING STANDARDS FOR TENURE AND PROMOTION. NUMBER OF YEARS IN SPECIALTY? I AM RETIRED OR SEMI-RETIRED WHAT I REALLY ENJOY ABOUT MY […]

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  • Deontae Craig Starts College Career @ University of Iowa

    Deontae Craig, Defensive Lineman, Hawkeyes University of Iowa ACA: Deontae, tell us about the transition from High School at Culver to University of Iowa? Deontae: “So far the transition has been going really well. The hardest adjustment has been waking up really early and at other times a lot of free time. I am planning […]

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  • A Timeline of Racial Progress in the U.S., and the Lack of It, Through the Years

    Here are some, not all, of the seminal events in America’s journey toward racial fairness. It shows progress that has been frustratingly slow and painfully hard-won. For example, the signing into law of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King occured in the same week. It seems as […]

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  • Dr. Dennis Jackson, Ed.D., Psychology Department Martin University, Retired

    Dr. Dennis Jackson, Retired Professor of Psychology at Martin University. He is past president of the Indiana Counseling Association. He served the counseling association for two terms. He has served in numerous administrative roles at Martin over the past 15 years. Appointed by the mayor of Indianapolis, Dr. Jackson served on the Board of “Smoke Free […]

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We are tremendously pleased to welcome our colleague, (Virginia) Licensed Professional Counselor, Nicholas Wright, MS