Reverend Al Sharpton Will Be Leading Education For Low-Income Students Workshop With Macy's
New York -- Reverend Al Sharpton will join Education for a Better America and College Summit for a speech about low-income youth high school students across New York City about future career choices at an assembly located at the Humanities & the Arts Magnet High School. A keynote speech will be giving to address the Career Awareness Assembly for students to make a connection with attending college or achieving life goals. In addition to the speech and career readiness workshops, Macy representatives will facilitate a "Dress for Success" workshop to show students how to dress for job interviews and networking events.
According to the report released by the National Action Network (NAN), the President and Founder, Reverend Sharpton will shine the light on opportunities and challenges facing low-income students today. Statistics shows that only 9 percent of low-income students complete college, but by 2020, 65 percent of all jobs will require a college degree.
Education for a Better America will promote, sponsor conduct, and fund dream activities within educational systems to serve the needs of urban youths in the community. And for over 20 years, College Summit has been placed on more than 250,000 students college career paths from 500 schools nationwide leading to career success.
Monday's Event Is Free To The Public And All Are Invited To Attend!