"More than ever, schools are held accountable for student outcomes, yet face budget restrictions. The CCC addresses both needs." ALL Management CEO Quentin Wilson
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 3, 2011
ALL Management Corporation, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Los Angeles, announced that applications are now available for the Career and College Clubs (CCC) 2011-2012 program year. The CCC is designed to help middle school students plan for and assume responsibility for their future success.
The CCC program is provided free of charge to schools and nonprofit organizations. Moreover, to help offset any internal costs incurred, ALL Management Corporation will award a total of $150,000 in grant funds in 2011-2012.
"More than ever, schools are held accountable for student outcomes, yet budget restrictions limit the flexibility and resources required to adopt new, proven strategies for success," said ALL Management President and CEO Quentin Wilson. "The CCC addresses both needs - the program helps students navigate the path to success after high school and does so at minimal cost. In fact, for schools that serve the neediest students, we provide grant funds to help get them started."
Career and College Clubs provide structured activities and learning with enough flexibility for students to pursue their own interests in creative ways. While the students themselves run their Clubs, they are sponsored and supported by staff from their middle school or nonprofit organization.
School personnel, non profit organizations, public officials and parents can find out more and complete a program application at http://www.careerandcollegeclubs.org
About ALL Management Corporation:
ALL Management Corporation is a Los Angeles based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing resources and programs for students and families so they can succeed in education beyond high school.
About Career and College Clubs:
The Career and College Clubs program helps middle school youth plan for and assume responsibility for their future success. In its third year, the CCC has been adopted by more than 130 middle schools and nonprofit organizations across California.