The launch of Let's Go To College Los Angeles, UNITE-LA's virtual L.A. Cash for College efforts and upcoming workshops, the release of our L.A. Health Care Talent Pipeline Impact Report, the Real World of STEAM program, which provided virtual career-exploration activities and project-based work experiences to 55 youth, and a lot more...
Responding to challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, UNITE-LA, in collaboration with state, city and local partners, launched COVID College Connect, Summer of Success and Health Career Recruitment job placement efforts, while LA Youth at Work partnered with Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation to launch a virtual job training program that has already served over 200 local youth. And there's a lot more...
The Policy team led Early Care and Education, and K-12 and Higher Education/Immigration groups at the annual ACCESS D.C. advocacy trip; L.A. Cash for College coordinated 158 financial aid completion workshops, individually assisting 4,830 students in the completion of their FAFSA, CA Dream Act or Chafee Grant applications, and over 350 South L.A. students prepared for summer jobs and internships in the healthcare industry. That and more...
8,000 students participated in Your Future LA: Beyond the Diploma with scholarships awarded to 30 attendees, LAWSC finalized a longitudinal data system joint advocacy letter to Governor Newsom, and more.
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69 South L.A. youth were placed in summer healthcare internships, 30 youth received first access to Nike employment opportunities, 19 community college graduates signed School Nurse employment contracts with LAUSD, and more.
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14 work-ready, justice-involved young adults successfully complete the C.O.R.E. Internship Program.
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The first-ever joint summer internship mock interview day for opportunity youth was held at Vernon-Central YouthSource Center in South L.A.
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21 Amgen Biotechnology Experience-L.A. (ABE-LA) teachers participated in a Professional Development Institute, receiving free biotechnology curriculum training and classroom equipment.
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The Amgen foundation present week-long immersive experiences. Educators receive rigorous curriculum and necessary equipment to motivate students in their classrooms.
Amgen also hosted Santa Clara high school students at their "Biotech Summer Experience" Camp.
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