Friday, July 20

UCLA Extension and PUENTE Learning Center co-sponsored an adult education program in Boyle Heights. (Courtesy of Yuritzy Peraza)

UCLA Extension partnership creates educational program for underserved community

Some adults said they want to continue their education because they want to successfully showcase why their skills and experience are useful to potential employers. UCLA Extension, an institution affiliated with UCLA that offers career and educational programs, partnered with PUENTE Learning Center, an organization that offers educational programs to adults and children in Los Angeles’ Boyle Heights neighborhood, to launch Success Academy. Read more...

UCLA Extension and PUENTE Learning Center co-sponsored an adult education program in Boyle Heights. (Courtesy of Yuritzy Peraza)

UC President Janet Napolitano, along with the Board of Regents, have expressed the goal of increasing the number of community college transfers and California residents. (Ryan Leou/Daily Bruin senior staff)
UC President Janet Napolitano, along with the Board of Regents, have expressed the goal of increasing the number of community college transfers and California residents. (Ryan Leou/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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Doran George, a UCLA alumnus and former faculty member in the LGBTQ Studies Program and the department of world arts and cultures/dance, died in November 2017.(Courtesy of UCLA LGBTQ Studies Program)
Doran George, a UCLA alumnus and former faculty member in the LGBTQ Studies Program and the department of world arts and cultures/dance, died in November 2017.(Courtesy of UCLA LGBTQ Studies Program)

UCLA Extension will relocate from its original location at Le Conte Avenue to offices on Gayley Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)
UCLA Extension will relocate from its original location at Le Conte Avenue to offices on Gayley Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

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The UCLA Office of Emergency Management plans to install speakers throughout campus in 2019 to issue immediate alerts in emergency situations, such as fires or active shooters. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)
The UCLA Office of Emergency Management plans to install speakers throughout campus in 2019 to issue immediate alerts in emergency situations, such as fires or active shooters. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)


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