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February 12, 2013

San Jose Mercury News, February 2013

"Rebellious teens in East San Jose apologize to parents, promise to seek respect and stay in school."

January 15, 2013

The Journey of a Lifetime

Discover the journey of CCPY students who experience a life changing experience participating in our annual Camp.

September 06, 2012

Summer School Program Success

This summer CCPY decided to help those students who were struggling with the shift from middle school to high school by partnering with the Shortino Foundation and Overfelt High School creating a five week intensive summer school program.

September 05, 2012

250 attended CCPY's 1st Annual Wine and Cheese Event

One of our favorite ways to raise money for our fantastic program is not just a fundraiser alone but by crafting an event where everyone is involved; students, staff, and new members alike to create a welcoming environment.

February 24, 2012

CCPY invited by South Bay Youth Mentoring Project collaborative

Join interfaith leaders from across Santa Clara County to explore how to meaningfully and productively engage vulnerable youth through mentoring CCPY invited by South Bay Youth Mentoring Project collaborative to participate as a presenter partner during their event on March 10, 2012 at Santa Clara University.

January 23, 2012

Retreat Camp Training & Welcome Home was extraordinary!!

Great work - Great results - 39 new Step-Up youth attended, 28 returning youth -now Step-Ahead provided production and peer-role-modeling, 25 adult mentors (2 were former CCPY youth) and assorted staff and other volunteers for total of 115!

September 26, 2011

SJ Merc Op-Ed - Mentoring can make a difference

Building on each small success allows a spark of hope and in turn willingness to grow in our youth-

August 18, 2011

Teens Back on Track with CCPY and partners' support

It is amazing the difference encouragement and support can make in effecting the trajectory of a life of a child. Imagine if we all helped - even just a little

August 01, 2011

CCPY Featured in Mayor Chuck Reed's Newsletter!

CCPY "kept these students busy with constructive activities (and thus out of trouble)...helping 27 of the students earn their 8th grade diploma."
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