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Our First Recipient

Alejandro Mandujano, a current sophomore at Golder College Prep in Chicago, is our first recipient of the Terri Race Educational Technology Fund.  We are very excited to be sending Alejandro to the California College of the Arts in Oakland to study Digital Art this summer.  Alejandro is a participant in the Summer of a Lifetime program through the Right Angle Foundation of the Noble Network of Charter Schools.  Terri's daughter, Mariel (pictured below) currently teaches Spanish at Golder and is proud to award the scholarship to such a deserving student.  This scholarship will not only give him real classroom experience in his field of interest, but will also allow him to earn college credits, thus lowering his college tuition for the future.

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    They have a chance to enhance their internal skills whether it is of learning, communicating, marketing or any other. They can get a better place to learn and would have the best experience by finding best place according to their match.
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