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Every year, Hiram College (Ohio) will pay tuition and mandatory fees for up to five new students from Say Yes to Education communities, including the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
He is married to Mary Anne Schmitt-Carey who is the President of Say Yes to Education, a non-profit firm changing education in inner-city schools one student at a time.
The effort is part of the district's recent partnership with Say Yes to Education, a nonprofit that also works communitywide in Syracuse and Buffalo, New York, to provide scholarships and social services.
Syracuse, NY, August 28, 2013 --( Jakia is the recipient of a Say Yes to Education, Inc., Syracuse Chapter, scholarship and has worked extremely hard to accomplish her goal of graduating with a four year degree.
Here's a quick illustration: Say Yes to Education is a national nonprofit organization that promises a college education to economically disadvantaged youth if they can successfully graduate from high school.
Thus was born Say Yes to Education, which Newberg saw as creating "an alternative vision for the future."
The first part of the book, entitled "Giving the Gift" (Chapter 1), provides a summary of how the funds were given and a brief description of the Say Yes to Education (SYTE) program and the recipients of the gift.
Say Yes to Education is a scholarship guarantee program that pledges to young children and their families a fully paid, post-secondary education along with academic and social supports that follow children throughout their elementary and high school careers.
In the first transaction, Say Yes to Education, a non-profit affiliated with Teachers College of Columbia, signed a 5,095 s/f lease for the ground floor and basement at 340 St.
Say Yes to Education, a national nonprofit founded in 1987, creates and helps fund support services for students from kindergarten through 12th grade, with the goal of getting more urban students to graduate high school and college.
She is also a member of the Say YES to Education Leadership Council as well as being one of the trustees for the board of Syracuse University.