We’d like to congratulate Star Wars actor Mark Hamill on raising £5000 for the the USC Neighbourhood Initiative and we’re extremely proud to have supported him.
The USC (University of Southern California) Neighbourhood Initiative is a rigorous, seven-year pre-college enrichment program designed to prepare low-income neighborhood students for admission to a college or university. Those who complete the program, meet USC’s competitive admission requirements and choose to attend USC are rewarded with a full 4.5-year financial package. The academy offers enhanced classes at USC on weekday mornings, the Saturday Academy, after-school tutoring, remedial and enrichment sessions, workshops on time management and study skills, PSAT and SAT1 preparation, cultural field trips and recreational activities.
We’d like to thank Mark for allowing us to be part of such a great cause and we look forward to supporting him and his team in the near future.
To find out more about the USC Neighbourhood Initiative, please visit their website – https://communities.usc.edu/college-access/nai/
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