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UEI College’s New Oceanside Campus Now Open

Oceanside CA— North San Diego County has improved access to post-secondary educational opportunities with UEI College opening its new Oceanside campus. This week marks the first incoming student ...

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Income Share Agreement to Help San Diegans Return to School for In-Demand Industries Without a Loan

Applications open for the Fall 2020 UCSD Extension cohort, featuring three courses for in-demand jobs  As COVID-19 continues, those who are unemployed or furloughed seek education for industries ...

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Summer Fun! SDCCU is Helping Kids Learn About Money and Business with Biz Kid$ Events Online

SDCCU® Biz Kid$ Events online will be held July 15 – August 12 on Wednesdays; offering interactive presentations for kids at home this summer San Diego CA— San ...

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Wheelhouse Credit Union Awards Sustainability Scholarships to San Diego County High School Seniors

San Diego CA— Wheelhouse Credit Union (Wheelhouse) is helping the next generation of environmental trail blazers by awarding five scholarships of $1,000 each to college-bound students through its ...

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Student Leadership Council Presents Virtual Learning to Lead

Capstone Project Examines Covid-19 Impact Among Carlsbad Industries Carlsbad CA— The Carlsbad Educational Foundation’s (CEF) Student Leadership Council (SLC) adapted its annual Learning to Lead capstone project last ...

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Cox Charities Surprises 25 Deserving San Diego County High School Seniors on a Video Call with Scholarships

$77,000 awarded to high school seniors who have demonstrated a commitment to the community and achieved academic success San Diego County CA— It was a day of anticipation ...

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San Diego Diplomacy Council’s Virtual Teen Summer Program Creates Future Global Leaders

High Schoolers Will Learn About Peacemaking in a Nuclear World, Pandemic Diplomacy, Border and Immigration Issues, More San Diego CA— The San Diego Diplomacy Council, in partnership with ...

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The Academy of Our Lady of Peace Raises the Bar with First Live Virtual Graduation Ceremony Livestreaming Each Graduate from Their Home

San Diego CA— Ensuring graduating seniors receive the recognition they deserve, the Academy of Our Lady of Peace (OLP) successfully hosts its first live virtual graduation ceremony and ...

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SeaWorld@Home Provides Virtual Ways for Families to Stay Engaged

San Diego CA— SeaWorld has released a new bank of education and entertainment resources called SeaWorld@Home for those who are still at home and looking for ways to ...

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Pacific View Charter School’s 2020 Graduates

Oceanside CA— Pacific View Charter School’s 2020 Graduates!  PVCS is a California Public Charter School established in 1999.  Free and Open to ALL students. For more information visit ...

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Park University to Provide College Credit for Citizenship and Community Service

Parkville MO— Park University, which has served those who serve their community and country since its founding in 1875, has announced that it will provide up to nine ...

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Park University Announces Early College Online Program for High School Students

Parkville MO— High school students can get a head start on earning college credits by enrolling in Park University’s Early College Online program. The new program will begin ...

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Learning in the Time of Corona

Global Community of Families Unexpectedly Tackling Remote Education & Distance Learning San Diego CA— As millions of parents and children throughout the world suddenly find themselves providing and ...

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San Diego Oasis Launches Online Workshops to Continue Engaging San Diego Older Adults During COVID-19 Isolation

Online classes now available to adults 50 and older PLUS tips for seniors to stay connected and engaged during self-isolation San Diego CA— This past Sunday, California Governor ...

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National University Will Offer Three Months Free Only Classes to California Students

Students can take up to three classes in April, May, and June 2020 to continue on their path to graduation; National University’s Virtual High School will also enroll ...

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