Wake Up Milwaukee, Wisconsin!
Recently, President Obama spoke about true education reform. The Milwaukee Center for Leadership Development (MCLD) is already on this path and is developing the MCLD Early College High School. President Obama also spoke about students graduating from high school with a technical diploma or an associate degree. The MCLD is already answering the challenge which was proposed.
Our young people need to have the opportunity to graduate from high school and earn a livable wage. With your financial support and provision of job shadowing opportunities and internships, and by partnering with the MCLD, the MCLD Early College High School can become a reality. We are focused on guiding our students on the path of success.
On Saturday, February 23, 2013, the MCLD will hold yet another stakeholders meeting for the community. It is essential that we garner the support of colleges, univerisites, technical schools, businesses, educators, and future students and their parents. At this meeting, we will unveil the plans for the MCLD Early College High School, answer questions and address concerns. Past MCLD students will also be in attendance to answer questions and provide details of their experience with the MCLD.
The details for the meeting are as follows:
When: Saturday, February 23, 2013
Time: 9:00 am -11:30 am
Where: Bryant & Stratton College-Bayshore Campus Room 1 (500 West Silver Spring Drive, Glendale, WI…park on the top floor of the structure across from Kohl’s Department Store)
Contact: Tamiko Jordan-Obregon for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262.436.9570
We hope to see you in attendance. Please submit your RSVP to email@example.com.
It is time for Milwaukee, WI to be an example of excellence in education!
More information about the MCLD Early College High School and MCLD programs can be found at www.milwcld.org.
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