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Project GRAD scholars look ahead

Posted: July 2, 2014 - 4:03pm

Project GRAD Kenai Peninsula would like to acknowledge and thank the Homer Foundation’s Youth Advisory Committee for its ongoing and generous support of our 2014 Summer College Institute, which took place at the Kachemak Bay Campus from June 3 through June13. Summer Institute allows students from seven rural Kenai Peninsula schools to gather in Homer and prepare for the college experience through learning and having fun. It received rave reviews from our scholars.  

We appreciate the continued support of the Homer Foundation as we work to assist students in achieving a rewarding and successful educational experience.  

Mike Petersen, executive director

Project GRAD Kenai Peninsula 


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