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Small Steps to Support Your Child in School

Español Abajo Sometimes parents feel powerless when it comes to helping their kids with school. Language barriers, new technology, and new styles of teaching can be discouraging and intimidating, especially for parents of kids who are just starting elementary school. But after working with parents and their elementary-aged children for a few years, we’ve realized […]

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Compassionate Volunteers and Staff Build A Language Learning Community

Thursday night, more than 30 ESOL students gathered at Hope’s Hawthorne Avenue building to celebrate the end of the Summer 2018 program cycle. The three-level program hosted a diverse group of participants two days per week for nine weeks. Students came from countries like Guatemala, Venezuela, Mexico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic, all of them […]

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First-Generation College Students Support High Schoolers

“Being a first-generation student, there wasn’t a lot of guidance to navigate through the whole college process. A majority of the time I had to figure things out on my own.” Arianna Moreno is one of several mentors in Hope’s College & Career Access summer program, Spark U. As a first generation college student herself, she […]

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