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Engineers CARE

Sixty-eight percent of Americans will attend college, but only two-thirds of that number will graduate each year. Michigan Engineering students are building a solution for their peers in the form of CARE. CARE is a student organization and scholarship fund for students who have unforeseen financial circumstances each year, such as illness and job loss.

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