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Black Education Expo: Empowering Students and Families in Pasadena

Published on Thursday, February 1, 2024 | 4:49 pm
 

The Family Life Center at Lake Avenue Church announced it will host the Black Education Expo, aimed at empowering Black and Brown K-12 students, caregivers, and parents in Southern California, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

This free, one-day expo invites families to explore educational resources and opportunities tailored to the diverse needs of the community.

The expo will feature engaging activities, including a Kids Zone, an Expo Hall with education vendors, and workshops for both teens and parents. With free entry for all attendees, the Black Education Expo aims to educate, inspire, and inform participants about the latest K-12 educational resources and support networks available.

Organizers said the Black Education Expo will offer a unique platform for dynamic discussions, networking, and exposure to cutting-edge educational resources. The event welcomes students, educators, and community members alike to participate in expert-led workshops and connect with individuals passionate about advancing education within the Black community.

The organizers have over 30 years of experience in crafting engaging local events and educational initiatives. From producing highly sought-after culinary contests to hosting impactful higher education events, the team is dedicated to delivering an exceptional experience for attendees.

While the event is titled the Black Education Expo, it is open to all students and fosters an environment where individuals can celebrate Black culture and educational diversity together. The Expo’s mission is clear: to provide families with access to valuable K-12 educational resources and ensure that students reach their fullest potential.

The wide range of resources and services at the Expo include reading, writing, and math resources, learning assessments, enrichment providers, educational consultants, and technology-based tools.

Workshops throughout the day will cover topics such as assessing your child’s learning style, fostering reading skills, nurturing successful learners, engaging parents as educational partners, and navigating scholarship and financial aid opportunities for high school and college students.

To learn more about the Black Education Expo and sign up, call (323) 475-629 or email info@blackeducationexpo.com.

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