A six-week program for middle school and high school students/parents focusing on early college preparation, goal setting, networking skills, high school graduation, early career and college exploration skills.
MHPMP strives to increase high school graduation rates, increase knowledge and exposure to future professional and academic options, and increase middle school students' chances for science pipeline programs.
AAWHL's mission is to help African American women reduce Type 2 diabetes through education and awareness.
The African American female population of Sacramento, California is only 8% of the total population, but 15% of those women have been diagnosed with Type two diabetes and other chronic diseases. In 2015, the California State Senate passed a Resolution dedicating August as African American Women's Health Legacy month.
African American Women's Health Legacy (AAWHL) will sponsor it's 2nd Annual Summit highlighting health disparities affecting African Americans on Saturday, August 18, 2018 - Ephraim Williams Family Life Center, 4036 14th Avenue, Sacramento - 9am to 2:30pm
The owners of Kelley Farms host AAWHL families for an educational and fun day of learning and tasting how to eat healthier to combat a series of chronic diseases on Saturday, August 4, 2018
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