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Information Meeting on New Haven Promise: Wilson Library

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Information Meeting on New Haven Promise: Wilson Library

Time: March 8, 2011 from 6pm to 7:30pm
Location: Wilson Library
Street: 303 Washington Ave
City/Town: New Haven
Phone: 203-671-8048
Event Type: information, meeting, scholarship, college, youth, parent
Organized By: Adriana Arreola
Latest Activity: Mar 7, 2011

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Event Description

New Haven Promise is a program that provides college

scholarships to students who live in New Haven, attend

New Haven public schools and meet certain      

requirements. If students work hard and go to school,

the program will help them reach their college dreams. 

 

Join us on March 8 to discuss the program and make    

college a reality for your children. 

 

For more information and to RSVP (by March 4) contact Adriana at (203) 671-8048 or               adriana.arreola@newhavenpromise.org

 

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