College Access Plan and the Pasadena Educational Foundation Provide Summer College Prep Courses

first_imgEducation College Access Plan and the Pasadena Educational Foundation Provide Summer College Prep Courses From STAFF REPORTS Published on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 | 1:10 pm 4 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Top of the News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Make a comment Subscribe Business News College Access Plan (CAP), a Pasadena non-profit organization that provides comprehensive college readiness programs for Pasadena high schools and one Pasadena middle school, has teamed up with the Pasadena Educational Foundation (PEF) to lead comprehensive summer courses during PEF’s Summer Enrichment Program. These courses provide middle and high school students with fundamental knowledge necessary to successfully navigate the long-term college preparation process.CAP will provide three courses: The High School Prep course is available to 7th-9th graders and supports students’ transition to high school from middle school. This course uses hands-on, interactive activities to help students build practical study skills, set long-term goals, and to view high school as a path to college and career success.The second course is for rising 10th and 11th graders and helps promote strong self-advocacy skills, college knowledge, and basic career readiness that includes résumé writing and interview preparation. The course helps students to stay on track for college applications and to reach their long-term goals.Finally, CAP will offer an SAT clinic for rising 11th and 12th graders that combines proven SAT preparation approaches developed by Veritas Prep, a leader in successful SAT preparation and CAP’s exclusive SAT prep partner (veritasprep.com), and CAP’s expertise in college readiness and success. Students will delve deeply into preparing to take this standardized college entrance exam, and they will also research and identify colleges and scholarships and prepare personal essays for college admission.College Access Plan’s Executive Director, Mo Hyman, is thrilled to welcome this new partnership. She says, “Since 2007, CAP has helped PUSD students navigate the college readiness process during the regular school year. We are excited to now support students during the summer as well, allowing us to delve deeply into those elements that are most crucial to our students’ college success.” Ellen Lewis, Program Coordinator for PEF’s Summer Enrichment Program, agrees: “Our collaboration with CAP will help us better serve our students and their families; doing together what we cannot do alone.”The courses will be taught at Marshall Fundamental School from June 16th to July 18th. Details about course prices and financial assistance programs, enrollment, and times are available at www.pasadedfoundation.org.About College Access PlanCollege Access Plan is a 501c3 nonprofit that prepares underserved students to succeed in college. Through partnerships with PUSD, Pasadena LEARNs, Washington Middle School, and other local agencies, CAP provides drop-in college advisement and topic-specific workshops at four PUSD high schools as well as at Washington Middle School. CAP’s programs are open to all students who aspire to Dream Bigger about their futures.About the Pasadena Educational FoundationThe Pasadena Educational Foundation (PEF) is a community-based nonprofit organization that supports, enhances, and supplements the programs, initiatives, and priorities of the Pasadena Unified School District since 1971. 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Limerick TD worried over decrease in Community Gardaí

first_imgTwitter Unstoppable Sean shows that all things are possible Advertisement Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites WhatsApp Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSCommunityCommunity GardaígovermentMaurice Quinlivan Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year Quinlivan urges support for Motion on Student Rents center_img Previous articleIrish Cement plant in Limerick back on environmental agency’s watch-listNext articleSemi finals of Dell VEX Robotics takes place in Limerick today Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Sinn Fein TD warns of impending “tsunami of addiction” when lockdown ends, as gardai seize €50,000 in drugs and cash in Limerick city estate Email Linkedin Limerick Sinn Féin TD Maurice QuinlivanSinn Féin’s Limerick TD Maurice Quinlivan has expressed his deep concern at the 48% decrease in Community Gardaí in recent years.The Limerick City TD said: “The number of Community Gardaí in the force has fallen from 73 in 2010 to only 38 in 2017. This is shameful and shows that this Government and its predecessor have had and continue to have absolutely no interest in investing in Community Policing. It is clearly leading to a poor Garda response and leaving residents feeling deserted and let down.“The last number of weeks, since Christmas have seen a huge spike in anti-social behaviour in parts of the City In parts of Thomondgate we see, every night, gangs of 50-60 young people with often more than 100 congregating playing loud music, drinking and taking drugs. They are causing huge stress, fear and annoyance to local residents many of whom are elderly.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “The decline in Community Gardaí is especially stark in some divisions across the state with Limerick particularly affected seeing a drop from 73 to 38.“These figures follow from recent figures which showed other reductions, that in 2007, there were 330 Gardaí in the Henry Street District, today there are only 307. Similarly the Roxboro Road Garda District has dropped from 134 to 128 despite the Fitzgerald report in 2007 saying Limerick will need “a minimum of 100 additional Gardaí.’“I know from working with designated Community Gardaí that the difference a good community Garda can make to an area and to individuals and families is huge. Community Gardaí can build up relationships and trust with people at risk of offending, particularly young people, and direct them in a more positive direction, such as through the Garda Youth Diversion Projects.“They also improve public confidence in policing locally.. I have seen myself the difference that Community Gardaí can make in various local community and voluntary groups there are involved in Limerick.“Failing to make these kinds of investments could undo the good work that was built up, particularly in disadvantaged communities, over many years.“It is increasingly clear that successive Governments have zero interest in Community Policing and is unwilling to invest in it. The fact that the number of Community Gardaí has fallen off a cliff, and indeed is still falling, is proof of that. It is scandalous. The Minister needs urgently to start addressing these decreases, people deserve better policing and to feel safe in their own homes.” He concluded.More about politics here. Print NewsPoliticsLimerick TD worried over decrease in Community GardaíBy Staff Reporter – February 1, 2018 1515 Patrickswell women get to the heart of the matterlast_img read more