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Article: One Youth’s Journey Towards College
Article: One Youth’s Journey Towards College

"In One Generation, A Farmworker Family Grows College Ambitions"
Watson, Tennessee. “In One Generation, A Farmworker Family Grows College Ambitions.” National Public Radio (NPR), 29 August 2018. https://www.npr.org/

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Article: Recruiter Challenges and Solutions
Article: Recruiter Challenges and Solutions

"Education, Unsettled: Inside the Struggle to Keep Migrant Students in School and Out of the Fields"
Granados, Alex. “Education, Unsettled.Education Week, 28 Nov. 2018. https://www.edweek.org

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Pennsylvania out-of-school youth returns to school to earn the first high school diploma in his family.

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Former Migrant Student overcomes obstacles to learn English, earn HSED, earn Bachelor’s Degree, and work with the Migrant Program all while being the mother of 5 children.

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Although the circumstances in her life prevented Damaris from returning to school, she was determined to continue her education in some way.

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A week-long academy sponsored by the Washington State Migrant Education Program creates new opportunities to take arts, music, movement or enrichment classes.

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How Juan received an $8,000 scholarship to attend the Engineering Summer Academy at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Elmer and Osvin were able to find the support they needed to help make their dreams a reality and graduate high school.

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Jocelyn Martinez shares her story about becoming the 2017 National PASS Student of the Year.

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Five middle school migrant students from the MEP at the Educational Service Unit 7 in Nebraska participated in the FIRST LEGO League competition.

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Migrant students went to the Big Red Summer Academic Camp at the University of Nebraska Lincoln to explore career paths.

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A leadership program to motivate and enable secondary migrant students to graduate postsecondary education and become workforce ready.

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Kentucky’s Fayette County MEP has partnered with the Lexington Children’s Theater to promote education through the arts in its summer programming.

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Dennis was able to achieve success through close coordination of the migrant-funded programs in two states.

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