The LIFE program is designed to attract and recruit minority high school students, grades 9-10, ages 14-16 years old, interested in pursuing college studies. The goal is to create a future job pool of young minority students focused on careers in international business and foreign service. The students from District 205, District 215 Thornton Fractional and District 233 Homewood-Flossmoor attended the first meeting of the LIFE program at University of Illinois at Chicago.
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Preparing all District 205 Students to be Competitive Leaders in our Global Society
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