Regardless of political affiliation, it is universally understood that this is one of those moments in our shared American history when we pause and reflect upon our core values and the actions we will take moving forward to ensure that investment in those values remains steadfast. I am prepared to make a bold proclamation regarding […]
WHO WE ARE
College Access Plan prepares underserved students to succeed in college.
WHAT WE DO
Our programs provide key knowledge and meaningful support to students who attend or have graduated from public schools in Pasadena, California.
HOW TO INVEST
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CAP 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY
“Come As Your Are” dressed in duds from “One Moment In Time” in celebration of CAP’s programs, students, and partners.
November 12th, 2016
6 to 10 in the evening
Boys & Girls Clubs of Pasadena
2020 N Fair Oaks Ave.
- Full dancing gear
- Light dinner fare
- Music through the eras
Special Guest Stars
- Student alumni from 10 graduating classes
- Honorees Drs. Nancy Gonzalez and Ben Aroyan, Counselors at John Muir High School and Kim Kenne, President PUSD Board of Directors
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