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5,000TH Student Will Graduate From City’s Learning to Work Program
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Klein announce today that the 5,000th graduate from the City’s innovative career development program, Learning To Work, will earn his or her high school diploma by the end of this month. Learning to Work, launched in September 2005, helps students who are academically behind by at least two years graduate from high school while receiving in-depth job-readiness training, including paid internships.  

Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Klein announce today that the 5,000th graduate from the City’s innovative career development program, Learning To Work, will earn his or her high school diploma by the end of this month. Learning to Work, launched in September 2005, helps students who are academically behind by at least two years graduate from high school while receiving in-depth job-readiness training, including paid internships.
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Klein announce today that the 5,000th graduate from the City’s innovative career development program, Learning To Work, will earn his or her high school diploma by the end of this month. Learning to Work, launched in September 2005, helps students who are academically behind by at least two years graduate from high school while receiving in-depth job-readiness training, including paid internships.
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Klein announce today that the 5,000th graduate from the City’s innovative career development program, Learning To Work, will earn his or her high school diploma by the end of this month. Learning to Work, launched in September 2005, helps students who are academically behind by at least two years graduate from high school while receiving in-depth job-readiness training, including paid internships.
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Klein announce today that the 5,000th graduate from the City’s innovative career development program, Learning To Work, will earn his or her high school diploma by the end of this month. Learning to Work, launched in September 2005, helps students who are academically behind by at least two years graduate from high school while receiving in-depth job-readiness training, including paid internships.

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