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6th Annual Job Shadow Week Recap

“This experience boosted my confidence!” (Angel, 11th grader) Our 6th Annual Job Shadow Week kicked off on Monday, March 26, 2018. Students from 8th to 12th grade visited 18 different hosts across San Diego County. These companies included: SeaWorld J. Craig Venter Institute Planned Parenthood KPBS Telecommunications Department of Justice

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Helping Reality Changers to Rise and Grind: Daymond John Fundraising Event Raises Scholarship Money for Inner-City Youth

Reality Changers usually relies on traditional philanthropy to support its programs but a recent event broke the mold, as some serious star power helped raise money for the college access and success program. Shark Tank TV star and New York Times bestselling author Daymond John, CEO of FUBU, headlined a

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College Town News

College Town is currently serving 220 students on a weekly basis including our site in North County. We have recently partnered with David’s Harp Foundation where 4 of our students are getting the opportunity to learn how to use the power of media production to enhance their academic performance &

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College Apps Academy News

College Apps Academy has had an exciting start to 2018.  With 28 sections, serving almost 500 seniors, the instructors are seeing record highs in college admissions to not only California schools, but also private universities nationwide. The Academy has completed its first semester with its licensed program where we have

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Advice from College Town

In the race to college, your only competition should be yourself. Students at Reality Changers begin their race to college without the tools necessary to finish, but we are here to close that gap. This month’s inspirational message comes straight from our Chief Inspiration Officer, Alex Reyes. Alex’s message is

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Alumni Network News

  The Alumni Network celebrated it’s 4th annual Winter Reunion December 21st at Duke’s La Jolla and we had an overwhelming number of 100 alumni in attendance. Alumni had an opportunity to connect with old friends and build new friendships through facilitated networking fire starters. Thanks to our Southwest Airlines

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How to Prepare Your High School Students for a Career [Blog Excerpt]

In today’s changing economy, students must acquire skills to adapt to shifting demands in the workforce. Students must acquire skills and behavior to adjust to shifting workforce demand, skills and behaviors such as adaptability, tech-savvy, emotional stability, long-term learners – and most importantly career preparation, specifically building students’ resumes. Read

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