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Keeping the Promise: Christian Minaya

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Christian Minaya‘s mind buzzes with dreams and a hunger to change his circumstances in order to give back to his community. “Can I rap for you?” he asked. “What we believe changes what we perceive, so what we dream changes what we see.”

Volunteer Spotlight: Associates Council

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Despite hectic work schedules and busy lives, members of The Children’s Aid Society’s Associates Council (AC) continue to volunteer countless hours of selfless service every year.

From the CEO

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Dear Friends:

It is truly an honor and a privilege to have this letter be one of my first responsibilities as President and CEO of The Children’s Aid Society.

I was part of Children’s Aid once before. After graduating from college, I moved to New York City and worked on a project that launched a medical van that would travel the city and provide health services to those who needed them.

Keeping the Promise: Brianna Collymore-Young

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During her freshman year of high school, Brianna Collymore-Young transferred to the Opportunity Charter School (OCS) in Harlem because her previous school was too big and it was too hard to make friends. “I put up a Great Wall of China,” she said.

From the CEO

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Dear Friends:

It is truly an honor and a privilege to have this letter be one of my first responsibilities as President and CEO of The Children’s Aid Society.

I was part of Children’s Aid once before. After graduating from college, I moved to New York City and worked on a project that launched a medical van that would travel the city and provide health services to those who needed them.

Meet the Curtis Student Health Ambassadors!

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Who are we?
We are a group of Curtis students dedicated to promoting the health center and encouraging students to lead healthy lifestyles.

What we accomplished in the 2013-2014 school year:

Media

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FAQs for Students

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FAQs for Parents

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What's Informing Our Thinking

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A New Majority: Low Income Students in the South and Nation
Published by: Southern Education Foundation, October 2013

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