Los Angeles County Board of Education Member Candace Bond McKeever met with Learn4Life students and leadership staff to learn more about Learn4Life’s educational model of personalized learning, flexibility, one-on-one attention and workforce readiness programs.
Month: October 2018
City of Inglewood Mayor James Butts, Councilman Ralph Franklin, and Heather Hutt (Sen. Kamala Harris Field Rep) Visit Learn4Life
City of Inglewood Mayor James Butts, Councilman Ralph Franklin, and Heather Hutt (former Deputy State Director and current State Director representing U.S. Senator Kamala Harris) presented a proclamation to local school leaders during the grand opening of Learn4Life’s new Inglewood Learning Center, with a special appearance from Quentin Aaron in partnership with the Beating The […]
National Bullying Prevention Month Shines a Spotlight on All the Victims Learn4Life Provides a Safe Environment for its At-risk Students LOS ANGELES (October 10, 2018) — Schools and parents are acutely aware of the short- and long-term effects bullying has on the kids being harassed – such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, self-harm, substance abuse […]
City of Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn visited our Oxnard Learning Center to help “Rock the Vote” at a Get Out The Vote (GOTV) event with the objective to educate students about the importance of civic engagement.
California State Assembly Member Reggie Jones-Sawyer, Sr, representing the 59th District, met with Los Angeles area students to learn more about the job skills training program that they are enrolled in. PV Jobs, a Learn4Life partner, helps students build their lives by helping them learn trades and earn living wages to lead self-sufficient lives.