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Pathways to Opportunity
Has the time come to choose a path after high school?  
We'll help to lead the way!

The City of Long Beach Youth and Gang Violence Prevention Task Force
invites you to attend:

PATHWAYS TO OPPORTUNITY
A free community education forum about education and career options for teens, young adults & their parents/guardians

Including special welcoming comments by Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster and LBUSD School Board President Dr. Felton Williams.

Featuring 2 presentations:

  • Nontraditional Career Paths for Women & Workforce Development Opportunities for All for High School Students, Young Adults and Their Families
  • How College Works for First-Generation College Potential Students & Their Families

Plus a Resource Fair with community organizations providing post-high school education and work opportunities.

Monday, May 12
5:15pm - 7:30pm
At Long Beach City College, Pacific Coast Campus, 1305 E. Pacific Coast Highway (Student Center, Building EE). 
Parking is $1 (park in lot off Orange). 
Doors open at 5:15pm, Task Force meeting will begin promptly at 5:30 and Workshops will begin at 6:00pm.

To RSVP or for more information please contact Melissa Morgan, Human Dignity Officer at 562.570.6948 or dignity@longbeach.gov.

This program is brought you in partnership between the City of Long Beach Youth and Gang Violence Prevention Task Force and the following partners:

  • The California Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ)
  • Centro CHA
  • The City of Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services Weed and Seed Project
  • The Long Beach Branch NAACP
  • Long Beach City College Women and Men's Resource Center
  • Long Beach Unified School District
  • Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network
  • United Cambodian Community
  • Academic Uprise