CSUEB's Renaissance Scholars program featured on ABC-7
- May 10, 2009
Kevin Bristow, coordinator of Cal State East Bay's Renaissance Scholars program, and Chantal Johnson, CSUEB alumna and former foster youth, were featured guests on ABC-7's (KGO-TV Channel 7) "Beyond the Headlines" show May 10. They discussed the challenges faced by foster youth as they age out of county support programs and how the Renaissance Scholars program helps former foster youth pursue a college education.
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