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Job shadowing program offers experience to disadvantaged youth

Inequalities and a lack of opportunities are fueling rising race-based tensions across the country. In Sacramento, projects like the Minority Health Professions Mentor Program are teaching young people, especially African American youth, about career opportunities in health care. “To combat the inequalities, programs have sprouted up to educate and make sure minority groups get equal chances at education and career choices.” Read more at AccessLocal.TV.

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This entry was posted on August 13, 2016 by in Access Sacramento, Print and tagged , , , .

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