Eleventh-grade students from George Washington High School and H.H. Furness High School spent after-school hours in the PASS Program – Preparing For, Attaining and Sustaining Success. Along the way, they picked up valuable teamwork and presentation skills, through the research, development and planning of solutions to combat barriers to opportunity in their own communities.
Here are their 2017 service-learning research presentations:
|PASS Service Learning Project Introduction|
|Lack of Resources|
|Lack of Exposure and Opportunities|
|Discrimination, Part II|
To return to Highlights from the 2017 PASS Program, click here.
Special thanks to our funders and program partners at Philadelphia Youth Network and the Five Together Foundation. Thank you!