Extending a ladder for workers on the bottom rung
Original post made on Oct 18, 2013
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on Oct 19, 2013 at 9:21 pm
Over the past few years, I've seen the impact the scholarships have had on the adult school graduates. It's really great to know that my contributions are helping local people use education to move ahead. To find out more about the Sequoia Adult School Scholars Foundation, visit their website at SASSFoundation.net
on Oct 21, 2013 at 9:58 am
This article shows you most property who are low income are willing to improve their skills which will change their lives. It must be hard for people to chose rent, food or gas for car but spending fees for schools and book is dream.
Dreams come true and thank you for helping.
on Oct 21, 2013 at 12:00 pm
For several years I've participated in a Stanford volunteer program called Beyond the Farm. The last couple of years I've helped pack children's books to go to school libraries in Africa. Reading the article about the outstanding efforts of Elizabeth Weal, I'm wondering if there might be something Beyond the Farm could do to assist. Since my only connection to the program is as a volunteer, I certainly can't commit anything on their behalf, and it is just a once-a-year effort, so perhaps it wouldn't work. But if Elizabeth or someone associated with Sequoia Adult School Scholars wants to contact them, their published email address is Beyondthefarm@stanford.edu.