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3rd Annual Urban Youth Technology Fair 2013
By Sentinel News Service
Published July 25, 2013

 

3nd Annual Urban Youth Technology Fair 2013 Los Angeles, CA April 2013- C3 Foundation, Roll Bounce Car Show and Pressline Entertainment will host the “Invention to Innovation, See Yourself-See the Future” Urban Youth Technology Fair 2013 & Car Show at Crenshaw High School. The School is located at 5010 11th Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90043. This day of cultural enrichment will take place Saturday AUGUST 17, 2013 from 9:00 A.M.-4:30P.M.

Armed with a mission to expose today’s youth to the knowledge, information and opportunities that can help them build their future through science and technological advancement; Derek Haskell and his team at C3 Foundation seek to educate, motivate, and encourage today’s youth to engage self determination and learning to effectively use today’s technology to help create positive change in their communities, before they enter the “working world”.

Haskell and his team are seizing this opportunity to introduce urban youth to aerospace science, eco and green issues, medicine, aquatic and marine sciences, automotive technologies and engineering disciplines, which are not often seen in their community. “Invention to Innovation, See Yourself-See the Future” will provide young people the chance to meet and greet successful African American professionals from the field of technology, public and private sectors.

The Day includes: Urban Youth Technology Fair & Roll Bounce Car Show 2013. Through a technology fair & car show, panels and guest speakers, the community’s young people will see themselves and their future in faces that mirror their current experience.

The Urban Youth Technology Fair 2013 is another chapter in the effort to serve people locally and continue to remind the world that the ills caused by Katrina’s devastation exceed yet simultaneously parallel the devastation that affects inner city communities across America. Over 7 years after the tragedy caused by Hurricane Katrina helping hands are still needed to collaborate with residents to rebuild one of America’s most beloved cities.

The C3 Foundation mission is to serve as a centralized hub for transparent-economic based on philanthropic giving to the underprivileged and underrepresented communities, both nationally and internationally.

Program Director: Derek Haskell 323-596-5177 or 1c3community@gmail.com

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