BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – The fourth annual Scholar Career Coaching award ceremony took place Sunday at Benvenuto restaurant in Boynton Beach. The ceremony honored the program’s mentors who do the hard work throughout the school year. Seven of the students who participated in the mentoring program were also honored at the event with scholarships. Read more
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Symone Sanders champions inclusivity, encouraging individuals to embrace diverse voices and perspectives in the pursuit of building and extending strong communities that will help change the world. Palm Beach State College began hosting its annual celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 2000.
Symone Sanders champions inclusivity, encouraging individuals to embrace diverse voices and perspectives in the pursuit of building and extending strong communities that will help change the world. Read the article on PBSC>
Palm Beach State College held its 19th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Thursday morning inside the Duncan Theater on the main campus in Lake Worth. This year four individuals as well as one local organization received leadership awards for public service.
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Scholar Career Coaching is a nonprofit organization that was created to help South Florida high school students in Title I schools, with a focus on ESL (English as a Second Language) with career planning, college readiness, financial literacy and soft skills.
However hard you think your job is on any given day, give a thought to the obstacles Lynne Gassant, the Human Resources Manager at Braman Motorcars, faced when she and her parents arrived here from Haiti and she found herself in school not understanding a word of what was being said.
On Tuesday, April 3, Lynne W. Gassant was honored at the Honoring MLK Jr.’s Drum Major Legacy: Innovative Pathways to Success ceremony at the United States Department of Education in Washington, D.C.
A professional who founded a nonprofit to provide after school mentoring services received a statewide recognition.
We would like to congratulate the 113 nominees from 77 nonprofit organizations who were nominated for a Hats Off Nonprofit Award
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — August 16, 2017— During a meeting of the Florida Cabinet, Governor Rick Scott and Volunteer Florida Chief Executive Officer Chester Spellman awarded Lynne Gassant with the Volunteer Florida Champion of Service Award.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, during a meeting of the Florida Cabinet, Governor Rick Scott and Volunteer Florida Chief Executive Officer Chester Spellman awarded Lynne Gassant with the Volunteer Florida Champion of Service Award.
During an Aug. 16, 2017 meeting of the Florida Cabinet,Gov. Rick Scott and Volunteer Florida Chief Executive Officer Chester Spellman, awarded Lynne Gassant with the Volunteer Florida Champion of Service Award.
Lynne W. Gassant, Founder of Scholar Career Coaching helps students with career planning and overcoming academic, social and language barriers.
Lynne, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
Lynne Gassant is a 2010 graduate of Palm Beach State College and 2012 graduate of Florida Atlantic University, both in Boca Raton, Florida.
Jesula genuinely cares about the success of her classmates and friends. She informs classmates of upcoming events and has recruited several for our AVID program and club, as well as our after-school mentoring program.
In recent news, we have partnered with Scholar Career Coaching after school mentoring program. It is a perfect fit for our student needs, as it will provide invaluable support in making our student’s dreams come true.
Lynne Gassant is on a mission to help high school students of South Florida overcome the academic, social, and language barriers they face due to socioeconomic challenges in their communities.
Former ELL Student: How Mentoring changed my life I came to Florida from Haiti at the age of 14, where understanding the language was just half of my battle. I struggled throughout middle school, but managed to maintain good…
La Quesha Swain graduated this spring from Atlantic Community High School. Bound for Spelman College in Atlanta, Swain takes the top scholarship of $750 awarded by Scholar Career Coaching. She plans to major in psychology and economics.
Boca Raton, FL Dec 6, 2014 – Earlier in the week a fund raising event was held for Scholar Career Coaching at the Blue Martini in Boca Raton. Several members of the board were in attendance. Guests paid a $10 donation for a ticket to the event.
Meet today’s BCG Charity Spotlight, Scholar Career Coaching, Inc. (SCC) founded by Wideline Gassant! Based in South Florida , the organization’s mission is to coach, motivate and support high school juniors and seniors in pursuit of their career paths.