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Operation New Hope gives San Bernardino students skills to pursue their dreams []


By Margaret Hill, The San Bernardino Sun, April 1, 2021

Founded 40 years ago, Operation New Hope “envisions a community in which all youth, without regard of their living situation, have an equal opportunity to pursue their goals and dreams, and an equal likelihood of achieving them.”

This organization is dedicated to understanding the challenges of all students, including out-of-school youth, aiming to increase the success rate of dropouts through case management, life skills, leadership development, and workforce development to develop personalized roadmaps to achieving success.

To complement their curriculum, which addresses each student’s needs, the organization teaches essential life skills and encourages a “lifestyle change based on personal responsibility.” Activities in the program include outreach efforts such as this past February’s “Love Is A Warm Blanket” initiative, offering hygiene kits, clothing and tents to the homeless community.

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