Schools with fewer than 350 enrolled students to receive discounted program pricing.
Career & College Clubs, an initiative that empowers middle grade youth to succeed in high school, college and life, is offering a special promotion for schools with fewer than 350 enrolled students.
After talking with many small school principals and district leaders, Career & College Clubs has come to better understand the unique fiscal challenges they face. Consequently, and to help students at small schools benefit from Career & College Clubs, they are offering the program for the 2014-2015 school year for $1,500 for those who commit by April 15, 2014. The cost can be further reduced for schools that commit to the program for two or more years.
"This special promotion will allow more small schools to incorporate Career & College Clubs into their 2014-2015 plans," said Quentin Wilson, president and CEO, ALL Management Corporation, the nonprofit organization that developed Career & College Clubs. "As a key transition point in the lives of young people, middle school is the perfect opportunity for modest investments to have big results, and we want all middle schools to have the opportunity to help their students."
To learn more about Career & College Clubs and this special promotion, visit www.careerandcollegeclubs.org.
About Career & College Clubs:
Career & College Clubs is a peer-to-peer program focused exclusively on empowering middle school students with the knowledge, life skills, and motivation to succeed in high school, college, and life. The curriculum is aligned with Common Core State Standards and the American School Counselor Association National Standards for Students. For more information, visit www.careerandcollegeclubs.org.