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Spring Equals Enrollment In East Austin!

By Southwest Key on 09/25/2013 @ 08:33 AM

Tags: Children's Promise, Health Promise, Cultural Arts, EA College Prep, East Austin, Education, Workforce

If you’re in Austin, it’s time to join us for one or more of our East Austin Children’s Promise programs:

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Laredo Employee Recognition Dinner

By Southwest Key on 09/23/2013 @ 07:54 AM

Tags: Southwest Key, Events, Juvenile Justice, Awards

The upscale La Reserva Restaurant was the setting on August 30, 2013 for Southwest Key Laredo’s Community Based Staff Employee Recognition Dinner.

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Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Raises Over $10,000 For East Austin Children’s Promise

By Southwest Key on 09/18/2013 @ 07:54 AM

Tags: Fundraising, Southwest Key, Children's Promise, East Austin

On September 10, 2013, Dr. Juan Sanchez, CEO of Southwest Key Programs and Dr. Joe Gonzales, Superintendent of East Austin College Prep, received a check for over $10,000 for East Austin Children’s Promise raised through the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf’s Caring Cup Wristband Initiative.

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EAPrep Students Walk in the Footsteps of Our Nation’s Leaders

By Southwest Key on 09/16/2013 @ 07:54 AM

Tags: Awards, Community Empowerment, EA College Prep, East Austin, Education, Events, Fundraising

In May of 2013, East Austin College Prep History Teacher, Jacqueline Vidal, lead a group of students to Washington D.C. as part of the Close Up Program. The Close Up Foundation, a non-profit, nonpartisan educational organization, founded in 1971, organized the trip. They offer students of varying grades an in-depth view of the democratic process through interactive participation.

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Family Keys Team Presents At The TNOYS Conference in San Antonio, TX

By Southwest Key on 09/11/2013 @ 07:54 AM

Tags: Community Empowerment, Education, Events, Juvenile Justice

The Austin and San Antonio Family Keys Program did a fabulous job presenting at the 30th Annual Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS) Conference in San Antonio on August 16, 2013. TNOYS is a non-profit network that provides advocacy work while promoting opportunities for young people. The Family Keys team consisted of 4 staff and 3 clients who educated participants on, “Lessons from the Field: Engaging youth and families.”

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