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A young leader helping others look beyond the fields

Kern County has many communities within which college degrees, and sometimes high school educations, are new accomplishments in first-generation immigrant families. These goals can seem distant for children of migrant workers, for example, and even more distant to foster youth. But now these youth have an advocate who is working to put college well in reach. “To get a kid to and through college, it’s going to take community: family, schools, leadership.” Read more about Abel Guzmán’s program to open doors in his home town, on South Kern Sol.

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This entry was posted on May 28, 2015 by in Print, South Kern Sol and tagged , , , .

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