Scholars Open House

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On Thursday May 17, the Scholars had their annual Open House, where we welcome the community into our center. We showcased projects the scholars have worked on throughout the year, we gave tours of our facility, and we provided crucial information: next semester applications, summer camp, and upcoming programs for the children. 

This year we had more than 200 community members come into our center where they explored and saw what we do! Thank you to our students, thank you to our teachers, and thank you to our staff, we have brought the children from this community opportunities they maybe would have never experienced. We invite you to keep posted on what we do, call our center for information, because we are here to serve the community and bring positive change to strive for Diversity!

 

#Scholars at Lafayette College

On May 3 our #Scholars had the pleasure and opportunity to explore Lafayette College. Where they saw the campus in its glory, and got to talk to Joe about his days at Lafayette. Our Scholars took some workshops, attended classes, and overall took steps towards their futures. #LafayetteCollege 

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Our Kids Making Headlines!

The March Four Our Lives was held on Saturday March 24 at 12 PM. We had more than 300 people support our children, who asked us for a platform where they could express their opinions, thoughts and voices in support of the Parkland Students. We want to thank you for supporting, for guiding and protecting our children in a time like this. #MarchFoOurLives #WeStandTall #EnoughisEnough #NeverAgain!

Check out the Article from the Standard Speaker

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#HIPBeingJoel

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Several years ago we introduced the Hazleton Integration Project (#HIP) as a catalyst for positive change in our area. We believed that whatever differences exist between the people who now call Hazleton home are far outweighed by the common sense of humanity that binds us together.

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American Creed

"Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David M. Kennedy teams up with his Stanford University colleague Condoleezza Rice to investigate the idea of a unifying American creed.Their thorny, cross-partisan inquiry frames the stories of activists, each of whom is striving to realize his or her own vision of America‚Äôs promise across a deep divide documentary by Citizen Film." 

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Thank You for all your Support!

We had a very successful Holiday Line-Up.  

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