Welcome to PAACO

 

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The Pueblo African-American Concern Organization (PAACO) is a non-profit organization founded in 1992 to support the educational goals and activities of African-American and minority students. This support is provided in the form of scholarships, mentoring, and tutoring to students in the Pueblo community.

Bradley Gonzales

"I am approaching my final year in my undergraduate experience. Next year I will graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Biology and a double minor in Chemistry and Education. I am so grateful for PAACO. Your help and support has helped me greatly throughout my time at Colorado State University-Pueblo. Thanks to your support I have been able to focus on my studies, keep up my GPA, and get the most out of my college experience. Organizations like PAACO make a difference in so many students' lives and help them achieve their goals. After graduating I hope to attend graduate school. Currently, I am looking into various graduate programs in Biology and Biology Education. I hope to eventually work towards a Doctorate in Biology and teach at the college level. Thank you PAACO for helping me through the past four years and aiding me in the pursuit of my goals."

Pueblo African American Concern Organization