We are Ray and Kelli, counselors at City. Mark Cuban's money tips. Best cell phone plans. 28 things to stop buying. 50 best big companies to work for. 25 highest and lowest paying jobs. 15 odd jobs that pay great. 1st grader asks for food and blanket from Santa. Homeless to Billionaire. Which debt to pay off first. Money in the bank. Wonder. Funeral for a neighbor.

The veterans page: Veterans Day. A surprised 8-year-old. Honoring heroic dog. Honorably discharged veterans shop tax-free. Forever GI Bill. Father takes care of 4 children. Integrate Marine Training? Robotic legs. Costs of war. Saluting a fallen soldier. 300K Lotto winner. Vets and painkillers. Vet resources. Grandmother of veteran's family deported. Housing the homeless. Veteran finds healing through adopting a cat. Wounded Marines help others.

Empowering students to fulfill their dreams through education.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Puente Project

Do you want to transfer to a 4-year college? Interested in reading Chicano/Latina literature? Want to develop leadership skills to help your communities? Check out the Puente Project. Puente students enroll in English 49 and PERG 140 as a learning community (team-taught, peer-supported education) in the fall and receive counseling, career guidance, mentoring, university field trips, community events, individual English tutoring, and more. Puente is nationally recognized for helping students succeed in school and beyond.

Program requirements:
  • Eligibility for English 49
  • Intent to transfer
  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Work less than 20 hours a week
  • Commit to the Puente Project for 1 year
Contact Puente Counselor Luis Perez at (619) 388-3668 or e-mail lperez@sdccd.edu

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