Mike Schloss is a Student Advisor with over 13 years of experience helping youth achieve their academic goals.
Mike has deep roots in the nonprofit sector and most recently worked one-on-one with foster youth providing a range of education planning, monitoring, coaching and support services they needed to graduate from high school and have a plan for their future. He earned his bachelor’s degree at Regis University and received his master’s from Seattle University.
Mike left his last job to take on a new adventure in being a stay-at-home dad for two rumbustious kiddos. He now has a deep respect for parents who stay-at-home!
Mike grew up in a single parent home in Pueblo, CO, where his mom made sure education came first and placed a high value on attending college. Coming from a single parent earning household, Mike knew from a young age how important financial aid would be in helping to pay for college.
After graduation, Mike put his degree to work and has worked in many capacities with youth and young adult programming. When not working, Mike has sat on nonprofit boards, mentored high school youth and helped pilot new programs for parents and civically engaged adults.
Mike resides in Seattle, WA with his partner of over 12 years, their two daughters and loves to cook, go for long wandering walks and root for the Seattle Sounders.