PHOTO & INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY
What: Qwest Foundation will present $77,000 grant to Junior Achievement at a JA Impulsa Parental Outreach Forum
Where: Mapleton Expeditionary School of the Arts (MESA)
8990 York Street Thornton, CO 80299 (East 88th Ave. & York Street)
When: Wednesday,May 14, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.
Interview Opportunities: Bilingual interview opportunities withMargarita Rodriguez-Corriere, Director JA Hispanic Initiative; Alex Juarez, Qwest Hispanic Marketing; Eduardo Arnal, Mexican Consulate
About Junior Achievement
Junior Achievement relies on the success of business professionals to inspire and prepare students embrace free enterprise and succeed in a global economy. Junior Achievement's K-12 business and economic curriculum comes to life when volunteers from the business community lead students through the innovative, hands-on lesson plans. Volunteers act as invaluable role models for students and provide relevance to what students learn; showing students the link between education and future opportunity. During the 2007-08 school year, Junior Achievement's proven programs will reach 87,000 young people in 525 schools in Denver and Northern Colorado, and will be taught by 3,000 volunteers. Share your success and inspire kids to reach their full potential. For more information, visit www.jacolorado.org or call (303) 534-JAJA.
About the Qwest Foundation
The Qwest Foundation's core principle is that investing in people and communities provides lasting value for the future. The Qwest Foundation awards grants to community-based programs that generate high-impact and measurable results, focusing on pre-K through grade 12 education.
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