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  Idalia Lazo graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with degrees in Anthropology and Mexican-American Studies. Originally from Tustin, California, as a Bruin she found her passion for community development and advocacy. Idalia has experience with the Orange County Family Justice Center and the Anaheim Police Department developing and managing youth and adult violence Read the entire post>>

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Debbie, originalmente de México, se entero de Plazas Comunitarias, nuestro programa de alfabetización, primaria y secundaria en español, por nuestra página de Facebook. Ella quiere completar su educación secundaria. “En México no tuve la oportunidad de ir,” Debbie dijo, refiriendo a la escuela. “Ya hasta en México todos los trabajos piden que por lo menos Read the entire post>>

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We need feedback about your volunteer experience at El Sol Click here to complete our survey Thank you for helping us continue in our mission. We want to know if we can improve your volunteer experience. Help us with your feedback. Responses are anonymous. For assistance, email Chase Goldsborough at Chase@friendsofelsol.org, call him at 561-745-9860 ext. 4103, or Read the entire post>>

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Christian Romaguera graduated from Stetson University College of Law in May. He will be waiting for his bar exam results until September. A Cardinal Newman High School alumnus, Christian moved back to Northern Palm Beach County from St. Petersburg, Fla., this week. He said he was looking to help out a nonprofit or charitable organization by working Read the entire post>>

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