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Announces the Launch of Accelerated Study in Associate Program
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Goldstein today announced the launch of the Center for Economic Opportunity’s (CEO) first initiative aimed at improving the education and career prospects of working New Yorkers – the Accelerated Study in Associate Program. This is another one of the Center on Economic Opportunity’s recommendations as outlined in the State of the City address, which will focus on the needs of the working poor of New York City  

Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Goldstein today announced the launch of the Center for Economic Opportunity’s (CEO) first initiative aimed at improving the education and career prospects of working New Yorkers – the Accelerated Study in Associate Program. This is another one of the Center on Economic Opportunity’s recommendations as outlined in the State of the City address, which will focus on the needs of the working poor of New York City
Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Goldstein today announced the launch of the Center for Economic Opportunity’s (CEO) first initiative aimed at improving the education and career prospects of working New Yorkers – the Accelerated Study in Associate Program. This is another one of the Center on Economic Opportunity’s recommendations as outlined in the State of the City address, which will focus on the needs of the working poor of New York City
Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Goldstein today announced the launch of the Center for Economic Opportunity’s (CEO) first initiative aimed at improving the education and career prospects of working New Yorkers – the Accelerated Study in Associate Program. This is another one of the Center on Economic Opportunity’s recommendations as outlined in the State of the City address, which will focus on the needs of the working poor of New York City
Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Goldstein today announced the launch of the Center for Economic Opportunity’s (CEO) first initiative aimed at improving the education and career prospects of working New Yorkers – the Accelerated Study in Associate Program. This is another one of the Center on Economic Opportunity’s recommendations as outlined in the State of the City address, which will focus on the needs of the working poor of New York City

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