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GPS Education Partners were presented with a major contribution from the AT&T Aspire program to help 100 students graduate from high school during an event on Thursday, October 9, 2014 at Capitol Stampings Corporation in Milwaukee.
Stephanie Borowski, President of GPS Education Partners, Scott T. VanderSanden, AT&T Wisconsin State President, Ald. Russell Stamper, and Dr. Darienne Driver, newly appointed Superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools were all in attendance on Thursday.
The funding that AT&T contributed will enable GPS to establish five education centers in Wisconsin over the next two years, including two …
Donation Will Help More At-Risk Youth Graduate High School
Milwaukee community leaders joined together with AT&T and the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program today to announce a $30,000 AT&T contribution that has expanded the JAG program to add an Alternative Education component and reach at-risk high school students in Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS).
Administered by the Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board (MAWIB), Milwaukee’s JAG program is a longstanding, successful model for helping young people stay in school through graduation, pursue post-secondary education and secure quality entry-level jobs leading to career advancement …
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AT&T’s ‘Socially Innovative’ Approach aims to increase high school graduates, boost workplace readiness
As access to skilled workers becomes increasingly vital to the U.S. economy, AT&T is launching a quarter-billion dollar campaign to help more students graduate from high school ready for careers and college, and to ensure the country is better prepared to meet global competition. Wisconsin organizations can now submit applications for funding through Aspire.
“AT&T Aspire works toward an America where every student graduates high school equipped with the knowledge and skills to strengthen the nation’s workforce,” said AT&T …